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 Youths of Aladodo Araromi hail Installation of Fatoki as Traditional Head

   The youths of Aladodo Araromi community in Isinkan, Akure South Local Government area of Ondo State have hailed the installation of Ayodeji Charles  Fatoki as the traditional head of the community.

The Iralepo of Isinkan, Oba Oluwagbemiga Ajimokunola Olofin-Adimula installed Mr Fatoki as the first Olu of the community on the 2nd of August 2022 at a colorful ceremony in his palace.

A message by the leader of the youths (Olori Odo) Usman Salaudeen said the installation was a welcome development and a sign of good things to come into Aladodo Araromi. 

“We the youths of Aladodo Araromi applaud the installation of Mr Ayodeji Charlse Fatoki as Olu of our community. He is a part of us. He has been exhibiting trait of a leader for long. We have the conviction that he will do well”

“His father did well for us and we will go the extra mile to support him to ensure he succeeds.”

The youths commended the Iralepo of Isinkan, Oba Olofin-Adimula for the choice of Mr Fatoki as Olu of Aladodo Araromi.

They described him as a gentleman, a lover of the community and a cerebral Journalist.

They pledged their loyalty to the traditional head and urged residents of the community to join hands with him to achieve his goals for Aladodo Araromi.


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