The Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, has been speaking on why Chief (Mrs) Oluwakemi Oloyede, the new Iyaloja of Egbaland is eloquently qualified to be the helms-woman for the apex leadership of the Egba Markets.
Speaking at the inauguration of Chief Oluwakemi Oloyede as the new Iyaloja, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, said she was the most qualified person as she had been serving Egbaland sincerely and honestly for many decades.
The Egba Paramount Monarch noted and confirmed that her appointment was welcomed by all stakeholders including Egba Chiefs, Market men and women, and the generality of the Egba Nation.
The Alake further disclosed that she was consistently loyal to the immediate past Iyaloja, adding that Chief Kemi Oloyede discharged her duties conscientiously.
Oba Adedotun Gbadebo enjoined the new Iyaloja to sustain and continue her all-inclusive leadership of the microeconomic sector of the Egba Nation.
According the Alake, Oloyede’s antecedents had adequately and safely predicted a buoyant economic activities in Egbaland and its environments.
Also delivering a message from the Osile of OkeOna Egba, the Iyaloja of OkeOna Egba, Iyalode Alaba Lawson told the Alake that Oba Adedapo Tejuoso sent his Royal concurrence and support for the the newly installed Iyalode of Egbaland.
Iyalode of Egbaland, Alaba Lawson added that herself as the Iyaloja of OkeOna, alongside being Iyalode of Egbaland, pledge her full support for Iyaloja Kemi Oloyede and would work with her in order to achieve maximum growth, peace, prosperity and mutual benefits for the entire Egba Nation.
The President of the Egba Diamond Sisters, and GbegbaAje of Egbaland, Chief (Mrs) Tejumade Adenekan Bakre, reassured the Alake and entire Egba compatriots that, the tenure of Kemi Oloyede as the Egba Grand Market leader, would witness tremendous economic prosperity for the Egba Nation.
Chief Teju Adenekan Bakre also called on all and sundry to give full support to the new Iyaloja for mutual benefits for all.
Two other Market leaders were also installed, they were Chief (Mrs) Janet Abioye Gbadebo as the Otun Iyaloja and Chief (Mrs) Temitayo Adebowale Bamildele as the Bada Iyaloja of Egbaland.