Osun monarch charges Tinubu to retrieve Nigeria’s looted properties

A traditional ruler in Osun state, the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdurosheed Akanbi, Wednesday advised President Bola Tinubu to ensure that those who have looted the treasury of Nigeria return it.

The monarch declared support for the ongoing efforts of the president and stated that he is springing surprise to let people that democracy has come to stay.

The monarch in a statement by his press secretary, Alli Ibraheem, described President Tinubu’s approach to governance as ‘surprising,’ as he cautioned those who have looted the country to refund the loot voluntarily as a mark of love.

Oba Akanbi who vowed that his voice can not be gagged, feared he would have been killed if he were to be a king during days of some past bad government.

Oluwo said Tinubu started well by challenging policies such as fuel subsidy, naira redesign, and other policies designed to enrich only a few, advising Nigerians to create wealth and enjoy it holistically and desist from business as usual.

He advised agitators in the South East and South West to cooperate and support the new government to strengthen Nigeria’s democracy.

“Democracy has come to stay. Those who have looted and done evil to Nigeria should repent. Some of them have died while many are still here. Those alive should return the loot voluntarily.

“Our sacrifice and humility are needed to strengthen our democracy. Nigeria’s democracy is now different from the usual. Tinubu has surprised everyone including me. I advised the government to subsidize health and housing for the masses,” the monarch added.

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