Oluwo of Iwoland, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, has visited the first Museum in Nigeria.
The museum is located in the Esie community of Kwara State. Oluwo equally paid a courtesy visit to the Elesie of Esie, HRM Oba Agboola Ibraheem Babalola.
Oba Akanbi described the museum as sacrosanct in his current historical adventure to discover and document the origin of creation.
The museum was established in 1945 to preserve a certain section of strange occurrences of historical reference. Oluwo revealed emerging facts pointing to Africa as the origin of human creation, and he declared to pursue the research to a convincing end.
Oluwo appreciated Elesie for the warm reception as he enjoined Esie residents to drum support for their king. He equally admonished the people of Esie to convert their history to strength.
The statement of Oluwo of Iwoland on his visit to the First Museum in Nigeria located at Esie community of Kwara State.
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“Africa is rich with a good history that may be preserved, well promoted and marketed to the outside world. If we do it well, the rest of the world will visit Africa and Nigeria precisely to identify with our past and assist us to improve our present-day life.”
“My visit to Esie today is in pursuance of my historical adventure to unravel and document the origin of human creation. More facts have emerged to this effect and we will get there.”
“I appreciate Elesie of Esie, HRM Oba Agboola Ibraheem Babalola, princes, chiefs and Chief Imam for their warm reception. I enjoin the good people of the ancient community to drum their support for their king.”