A 40-year-old accountant has been crowned a new Ooni of Ife – a worshiped sovereign in south-west Nigeria.
The new aristocrat Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi is now one of a many successful among a Yoruba people, Nigeria’s second biggest racial group, of about 35 million in West Africa.
Tens of thousands distinguished in a city of Ife, AFP reports.
He told a BBC he does not intend to get concerned in politics, wants togetherness and will mount for “forthrightness”.
The new aristocrat pronounced to a BBC’s Umar Shehu Elleman that he doesn’t wish leverage among leaders.
Instead “we only wish to lead by example, do things right and encourage unity,” he said.
He pronounced he would “guide a leaders” of a nation who he pronounced were “very good people” who indispensable patience.
“I will lead by example. we will mount on a partial of transparency, on a partial of forthrightness,” he said.
He also suggested his goal to “get to a bottom” of a origination of mankind.
“To a whole universe it is still a parable that origination started from Ile-Ife though we will still do a investigate and make it to be famous to be fact”.
Mr Ogunwusi was a aristocrat from one of a statute houses in a Ife dominion and was comparison by kingmakers from 21 candidates, including his comparison brother.
The prior Ooni of Ife, Oba Sijuwade, died in a London hospital in Jul aged 85 after a 35-year reign.
Ooni of Ife:
- The Ooni of Ife’s dominion is in present-day Osun state in south-west Nigeria
- The sovereign should be a approach successor of Oduduwa, who is a Yoruba god
- The use of burying someone alive with a aristocrat who dies has prolonged been abolished