The Olu Kajola community in Isinkan, Akure south local government area of Ondo State, Olumuyiwa Akinola-Aguda has installed Sunday Owolabi commonly called Oshoko as Olisa of the community.
The title of Olisa makes, Chief Owolabi the second in command to the traditional head of the community, Kabiyesi Olumuyiwa Akintola-Aguda.
The installation of the new chief was witnessed by Olu Oke-Ilero, Akinwumi Adekanbi, Olu Aladodo Araromi, Ayodeji Fatoki, Sao of Isinkan, chief Olorunfemi Michael, Asae of Isinkan, High Chief Ropo Ajayi, Iyalode of Isinkan, Chief Ayodele Ifedayo, Orunmobatan of Isinkan, Chief Oluwadare Ogunsuyi, friends and well wishers
The ceremony excited residents of Kajola community as the sleepy town came alive.
Performing the installation, Olu Akintola-Aguda reiterated his commitment to developing the community and making it envy of others.
While saying arrangements are in place to galvanize economy of Kajola, Olu Akintola-Aguda called on investors to come and tap into the potentials of the community.
He thanked the Iralepo of Isinkan, Oba Oluwagbemiga Ajimokunola Olofin-Adimula (Arulewolasi III) for providing leadership and direction.
“Iralepo of Isinkan is a lover of peace who has been preaching peace. This is what we the Olus have been replicating in our various communities within Isinkan kingdom.”
“Development can only take place in an atmosphere devoid of rancour, I urge you, Chief Olisa to relate peacefully with our people as we strive to influence development and attract very important personalities to our community.”
The Olisa pledged his loyalty to Olu Kajola community and promised to work in ensuring his dream for the community.
The new Olisa, Chief Sunday Owolabi and residents danced round the community to the admiration of the people.