A renowned Nigerian Journalist turns wife of a monarch in Osun State.
It was all joy today as a renowned journalist and writer of the Scroll Magazine announced and request friends and colleague to joy with her as husband becomes a King.
Janet Mba-Afolabi, Award-winning Nigerian journalist, publisher of The Scroll magazine, and also a former director of Insider turns a Queen as her husband, Oba-elect Kayode Afolabi becomes the new King of Apomu, Headquarters of Isokan Local government area in Osun State.
The veteran filled with joy announces today that her husband, Oba-elect Kayode Afolabi, has become the king of the town, following his installation after been approved by Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola on January 6, 2020.
9jatoday also understands that Oba Kayode’s installation took place the following day, 7th January, at Apomu Town after the Governors approval.
“Dear Friends and colleagues, I’m pleased to inform you that my husband, Kayode Afolabi has been made the new king of Apomu, Headquarters of Isokan Local government area of Osun State. His appointment was approved by Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola on January 6, 2020. The installation took place Tuesday, January 7 in Apomu Town.”
The new king also was honoured with a congratulatory message by Ooni Of Ife, Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, who hails the choice of Afolabi as the new Alapomu.
Meanwhile, 9jatoday has reported earlier that A Magistrate Court in Osogbo has declared six months jail term for a Woman who in her bid to save her son’s live stole a goat.
The woman identified as Sadiat Jimoh, 30, was sentenced 6 months in prison by an Osogbo magistrate court for stealing a she-goat.
The prosecutor, Abiodun Fagboyinbo in the court sitting told the court that Sadiat had stolen a she-goat valued at N45,000, which belongs to Fausat Adegboga on Sunday, January 5, at Agunbelewo area of Osogbo metropolis.