WOW! Meet The Nigerian King Who Is Breaking All The Traditional Rules

Gone are the days that Nigerian customary rulers were seen with only their local clothing types that completely exhibit the way of life and position of the lord. Nowadays, with 50-year-old Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi sitting on the position of authority, things are extraordinary and nobody set out make inquiries. Top of the line Yoruba customary ruler in Osun State, the Oluwo of Iwoland, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi is a fascinating man. The unpredictable ruler astounded the web as of late with his extraordinary ‘dose of swag’.

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As of late, the Oluwo of Iwo arrive shielded his appropriation of the Emir of Yoruba land title, saying it was a similitude of the disunity among conventional rulers in Yoruba arrive. Presently, it shows up having an outside ‘swag’ is a need for the imperial. The lord who is dynamic via web-based networking media is at present getting a charge out of excursion in outside urban areas and is upbeat to jettison his conventional outfits for joggers and chinchilla coats. More than his swagful array, the king’s caption on a photograph he shared, where he discussed being a cutting edge ruler and dishing the correct portion of swag is the thing that has the vast majority talking.

He had shared a video of himself with the caption, “Its winter time…..How can you lead a generation of this era when you are stuck to the past ? When the world moves…. you move with it, The confidence of an Emperor #firstcanadianking #Teluoftheuniverse…… most of our youths thinks kings don’t have a life and can’t swag down !! Guess what guys ….. you got it all wrong EmperorTelu1 got the right dose of swags for ya #dontgetittwisted#notconservativelyremoted@hrmsaelegushi @femiotedola”

Yes! make way, the king is coming through! Interestingly, notable Nigerian monarchs including Oba of Benin, Ooni of ife, Emir Of Kano, Obi of Onitsha, Sultan of Sokoto and Shehu of Borno all made their way to Abuja recently to visit British royal, Prince Charles and the self acclaimed Emir of Yoruba land was missing. For the culture and traditions guarding such respectable positions in the country, it is safe to say we live in interesting times.