Mrs. Yetunde Ogunsakin, the widow of the king of Esun Ekiti in Ajoni, has described her husband Oba Babatunde Ogunsakin’s final moments before he was assassinated by gunmen who may have been abductors....CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>
According to the Daily Trust, the attackers shot and killed Oba Olatunde Samuel Olusola, the state’s Oye local government area, and Oba Ogunsakin, of the Ikole local government area in Ekiti State, as well as Oba Olatunde Samuel Olusola, the onimojo of Imojo-Ekiti.
Alara of Ara-Ekiti, Oba Adebayo Fatoba Ikole, managed to flee in the interim.
Ogunsakin’s widow related how her husband met her fate, saying the king told her he was hungry and she should make him something to eat before he got to his castle.
The woman claimed that after hours, she called the traditional ruler and was not answered, which frightened her.
“He called me when he got to Ajowa to let me know that he was coming, that he was hungry, and that I should make him something,” she added. When I arrived at this location, Ajowa, I didn’t check the clock because I knew it wouldn’t take longer than an hour. I was ringing his phone as it was getting close to one hour, even longer. He didn’t pick.
“I was shocked when I was called around 4:30 to be informed that he has been attacked by assailants and that he was killed in the process with a fellow Kabieyesi, Onimojo of Imojo,” Chief Niyi Ojo, a community leader from Esun Ekiti, added to the account. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>