Residents stay indoors over Akarigbo’s burial rites
Residents of Remoland on Saturday stayed in-door throughout the day as the burial rites of the late Akarigbo, Oba Adeniyi Sonariwo, got underway.
The restriction followed order by the palace that all residents must remain indoors during the rites that commenced on Saturday. All events in the community earlier scheduled for Saturday before the directive were called off across Remo towns that include, Sagamu, Ipara, Ogere, Aiyepe, among others.
Late Oba Sonariwo, who was also the Chairman of the Ogun State Traditional Council, died last Saturday in London where he was flown to on July 17 following an illness.
He died five days to his 90th birthday.
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