The bill has been passed by the House of Assembly and is now awaiting the assent of the governor.

The Oyo State House of Assembly is currently considering a bill that would amend the state’s chieftaincy law. The bill, which was introduced by the Speaker of the House, Adebo Ogundoyin, has been met with opposition from some quarters, including the Alaafin of Oyo’s ruling houses.Continue Reading>>>

The ruling houses have alleged that the bill is dictatorial and usurpative. They argue that the bill would give the governor too much power over the chieftaincy system in the state. They also argue that the bill would undermine the authority of the Council of Obas and ChiefsThe bill has been passed by the House of Assembly and is now awaiting the assent of the governor. It is unclear whether the governor will sign the bill into law. However, if he does, it is likely to face legal challenges.

The bill has sparked a debate about the role of traditional rulers in modern Nigeria. Some people believe that traditional rulers should have a limited role in government, while others believe that they should have a more prominent role. The debate is likely to continue as the bill makes its way through the legislative process.Continue Reading>>>

 

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