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Wife Pleads For Deposed Deji’s Reinstatement

Source: Funso Ojo, Akure - Nigeriafilms.com

The estranged wife of the deposed Deji of Akure ,Oluwadare Adesina Adepoju has made passionate appeal to the Ondo State Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko to reconsider the stand of the government on Adepoju removal.

Making her first public appearance at a press briefing in Akure three months after the crisis that led to her husband removal from the throne, Bolanle said that the May 30, 2010 incident at her resident which led to the crisis was blown out of proportion and urged the government to reverse its decision on the matter.

Adepoju was deposed and banished to Owo for six months on June 10 2010 over public outcry that followed the allegation of wife battering leveled against him.

She spoke in company of members of her family and those of Adepoju royal family, after series of reconciliation meeting between the two families.

According to her,her family and that of her husband have finally resolves the difference between her and Adepoju
She urged Governor Mmiko to take another look at the matter and heed the pleas of the two families by restoring Adepoju back to the throne.

Bolanle also disclosed that Adepoju has withdraw the controversial statement which disowned her children as members of the royal family
She added that series of meeting of heads of the two families have been held in Akure and Owo , her home town to resolved the matrimonial differences

'I am appealing to all the traditional rulers in Ondo state and the people of Akure in appealing to the state government to kindly rescind its decision on my husband" Bolanle said.

She also appealed to the wives of traditional rulers in the state to join her appeal to the Akure Kingmakers s, eminent personalities, youths and all well meaning citzen of Akure at home and in the Diaspora

The head of Adepoju family, Chief Sunday Adepoju at the briefing also confirmed that the differences between Bolanle and the deposed Deji have been resolved.

He affirmed that Bolanle remains Adepoju Olori and that all that led to the crisis had been put behind by the two families.

Chief Adepoju , therefore urged the state government to reconsider its decision on the matter.

The two brothers of Bolanle, the elder brother of the deposed Deji Prince Ibukun Adesina and Adepoju's lawyer Mr, Sola Oke as well as other members of the two families were present at the briefing.

Hun hunnn--------Is she not underpresure to have call for a press briefing in Akure?


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