Jan 20, 2022

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Just In: Soun of Ogbomoso’s First Daughter Dies 28 Days After Monarch’s Death – Legit.ng

  • On Sunday, December 12th, the Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi, Ajagungbade III, died in the palace at the age of 95
  • Barely a month after the death of her father, the monarch’s daughter, Danmole, was reported dead
  • According to the report, Danmole, who is said to be the monarch’s eldest daughter, was declared dead ill for some time

The family of the late Soun of Ogbomoso, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi, became after the death of. The eldest daughter of the monarch cast in mourning.

The Punch reports that the first daughter of the deceased monarch, Prof. Taibat Danmole, on Saturday, January 8th, at the age of 71 years old.

Sources at the palace told the newspaper on Sunday January 9th that Danmole had been ill for some time before she went on Saturday, January 28th Days after her monarch father had come to his ancestors and took her last breath.

One of them said:

“Baba’s first daughter died yesterday . She has been sick for a while and it happened yesterday. We just pray that God will spare the lives of those of us who are left. ”

Danmole, who was born on March 19, 1951, was buried in on Sunday afternoon Ilorin, the capital of the state of Kwara.

The deceased, who is said to be a professor of education, was married to another university professor, Prof. Hakeem Danmole, who is at Dean College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin.

The late Danmole is said to have been a lecturer at the University of Ilorin before joining Lagos State University, where she retired.

She is said to have moved to Ilorin, where she went to live with her husband at Al-Hikmah University.

Flashback: How Soun from Ogbomoso rejected N90m from Seyi Makinde and what he said to the governor of Oyo before his death (full letter)

Ob a Oyewumi, described as a peace-loving monarch, died around the ripe old age of 95.

In October 2020, he warmed the hearts of many Nigerians when he turned down N $ 100 million, the Governor Seyi Makinde donated to repair damaged parts of his palace during a #EndSARS protest in the city of Ogbomoso.

Tears flow when the kidnapped traditional ruler is found dead in the market square

In another report, the ancient kingdom of Atta in the Njaba local government of Imo state fell into mourning after the murder of its traditional ruler Eze Edwin Azike.

Azike’s body was found in the parish marketplace on Friday morning December 10th.

The monarch was found to have been killed after being killed on Thursday, December 9th . Was kidnapped on December.