Oduduwa desecrated and committed abomination by crowning his Queen ??? I crowned my wife in respect of what Oduduwa did to Olokun, his wife. The only exception was, Oloris never put up the most sacred crown. No king dares such. Before you accuse Oluwo, did Oduduwa equally desecrated his stool by crowning his wife?
“I’M THE ENGINEER OF ABANDONED ROYAL STYLES” – Oluwo of Iwoland
Many modern innovations are old news. The neglect of history and complacency of fogey are factors against acceptance of acceptable old ways.
Most times, some try to kill educative and evidential practices because they don’t like the originator. If you don’t like Oluwo, do you hate Oduduwa? Oduduwa was the first symbol of authority in Yoruba land. He crowned Olokun as evidential in the picture. Just like his husband, Olokun was responsible and carried the paraphernalia of monarchy with his husband. Hence, the royal materials were extended to her. It is shown on NTA as a logo. Don’t kill the truth because of who is saying it.
Oloris need crown most now when civilization is at its peak. Ade laafin mo Oba, kiwa laafin mo Olori?
Today’s world can easily behave to an infamous king without a crown on his head most especially at a public event. But with crown, the respect is intact. Same should be applicable to the queen. Some can even woe Olori because there is no symbol of distinction. But merely seeing the crown, it is a message even to the blind and the deaf.
I preach what Oduduwa laid. The foundation was rigid and interesting. The Alase Lori Orisa (commandant over deities ) is not new as well. People were deitified because of their innovation, achievements or extra supernatural power. When do we stop having deities and why? Are we saying there are no men powerful and innovative than Ogun and others again? If Ogun could be made an idol because he manufactured cutlass, what should we call the likes of Bill Gates, Steve Forbes, Alexander Bell, Ford etc.today?
OLUWO OF IWOLAND, ALASE LORI ORISA AKOKO, AROLE OLODUMARE AKOKO In Yorubaland and beyond.
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