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Let Jonathan to decide conference outcome

Published by The Nation on Thu, 28 Aug 2014


The Chairman of Yoruba Oba Conflict Resolution Committee and Olugbo of Ugboland, Ondo State, Oba Obateru Akinruntan, has urged Nigerians to allow the Federal Government to determine the mode of ratification of the National Delegates Conferences decisions.He said: Whatever method to be used to ratify the decisions reached at the conference must be determined by the government. Be it through a referendum or parliamentary approach for the ratification of the decisions, the government, which surprised everybody by conveying the conference, should be allowed to determine the way forward.Oba Akinruntan hailed the government for allowing the delegates to deliberate on vital national issue.The monarch noted that Nigerians could comment after the government would have arrived at a final decision.But he said the present advisory role of traditional rulers was not enough.The Olugbo described monarchs as custodians of the truth.Oba Akinruntan said: In the regional era, the obas had a role to play in the governance of the country. It was through the arrangement that the late Oba Adesoji Aderemi, former Ooni of Ife, became a governor.On the peace and unity among Yoruba monarchs, he said: It is as a result of the mediatory and conflict resolution efforts of this committee.The monarch, who called for unity and friendship among the Yoruba, said every monarch is supreme in his kingdom.He added that there was no reason why they should be quarrelling.]]>
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