Oluwambe Ojagbohunmi was fired from his position as self-described traditional ruler of the Ayetoro Community in the state’s Ilaje Council Area by an Ondo High Court in Okitipupa.
Ojagbohunmi was ordered by Justice Temitope Adedipe, who was in charge of the case, to stop posing as the spiritual and traditional leader of the community.
Adedipe, on the other hand, recognized Olaseni Ajijo as the spiritual and traditional leader of the church in the coastal community, as confirmed by the Board of Trustees of the Holy Apostle Church, Ayetoro.
He made the order in suit AK/17/2021, which Oba Ajijo filed as the claimant and was suing Prophet Ojagbohunmi over who should sit on the Ayetoro community’s traditional stool.
-Advertisement: The claimant requested “a declaration that he is the incumbent reigning Spiritual Head of Ayetoro community having been chosen and installed by the Ogeloyinbo in Council and ratified by the Board of Trustees of the Holy Apostles’ Church, Ayetoro.” This was the claimant’s request for relief.