- A 15-year-old senior secondary student has been appointed as the King Arujale of Oleluse in Ose local government area of Ondo state
- The appointment was among the three ratified by the Ondo State Executive Council presided over by Governor Rotimi Akeredolu
- The 15-year-old boy is the only surviving son of the late king
The Ondo State Executive Council has approved the appointment of a 15-year-old boy as the King Arujale of Okeluse in Ose local government area of the state.
The boy identified as Prince Oloyede Adeyeoba is a senior secondary school student and the only surviving son of the late king, Lailasnews reports.
Legit.ng gathers that the appointment was among the three ratified by the council presided over by Governor Rotimi Akeredolu on Monday, March 23.
The appointment of Prince Ebenezer Adewunmi Ogunmolasuyi as the Olupenmen of Upenmen in Owo local government area of the state was also approved.
Prince Olorunsola Akinyelure was also appointed as Odogbo of Ode Omi in Irele council area.
In other news, the chief executive officer of JoshForTech is a 10-year-old Nigerian programmer identified as Joshua Agboola.
Joshua started coding at the age of six and made a record by becoming the youngest speaker to present at a technology talk at the ICTel Expo of the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and Industry in July 2019.
The young boy was also the youngest to speak at TechPoint Inspire.
Joshua's father sent him to an academy for summer school when he was six, but the school said he was too young for the existing curriculum.
His father drafted a curriculum for him and Joshua surpassed the curriculum that was set by his father.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, said Nigeria needs leaders like Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state who has the drive to pull things together to achieve a result.
Oba Ogunwusi made the statement on Monday, February 17, at an event marking the 60th birthday of the Kaduna state governor.
The monarch said El-Rufai had the courage to take tough decisions to achieve great results.
On his part, the former emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, who was also at the event, condemned the rising level of poverty across the northern region of Nigeria.
Sanusi said no northern leader should be happy about the current situation in the region. He said if the north fails to change by tackling some of the challenges - poverty, insecurity, education, among others, it is then headed for destruction.
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