The Asiwaju-Odo of Iwoland, Professor Oguntola Jelili Alamu has been honoured with the title of Àgbàakin Abóbagúnwà of Fèésú by His Royal Highness, Oba Moshood Alamu Oparonke 1, the Onísàárà of Fèésú at Onísàráà Palace, Fèésú, Iwo Local Government on Saturday 29th February 2020.
His Royal Highness, Oba Moshood Alamu Oparonke 1, the Onísàárà of Fèésú publicly declared the decision of his kingdom to appoint and install Professor Oguntola Jelil Alamu as the first Àgbàakin Abóbagúnwà of Fèésú on the 16th September 2019.
A month of the announcement of the king, the National Association of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists (NASHCO), Osun State presents Prof Oguntola Jelili Alamu, the Asiwaju Odo of Iwoland with an award of Excellent Performance in Human Relations and Service to Humanity in Osogbo on October 24th, 2019.
According to the monarch, Professor Oguntola Alamu has consistently demonstrated uncommon love and reverence for the traditional institution and the stool of Onísàárà of Fèésú for time immemorial.
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He further stressed that the decision to appoint this impactful scholar of note as Àgbàakin Abóbagúnwà of Fèésú predates his previous chieftaincy installations as Asiwaju Odo of Iwoland and Mayegun of Ileogbo kingdom. Those titles, independently conferred on him by Oluwo of Iwoland and Olu of Ileogbo, were proofs of his God-given virtues deserving of community and royal recognitions.
The public pronouncement and installation became necessary to serve as further encouragement to Professor Oguntola Alamu to continue with his selfless services and sacrifices towards securing a better future for our communities.