Why Ogun Chieftaincy Law Is Human-oriented

Beyond this historical facts and analysis is to examine the arguments of stakeholders, the ‘pros’ and ‘cons’ of the new Ogun Chiefs Law. The argument of the traditionalists and quoting a frontline “Osugbo” Remo leader and the group’s Vice Chairman, “a dead person has lost his right under the law”, and that nobody forced people to become an Oba. They stated that the law was an affront on the traditional institution, insisting that government is playing down culture and traditions by passing the law.

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