- A video has emerged on social media in which the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, could be seen dancing to Naira Marley's Soapy
- The controversial traditional ruler says Iwo people are the happiest people on earth
- His dance steps have got people talking on social media as some noted that there is no dull moment for the king
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The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi, has got people talking on social media after dancing to Naira Marley's Soapy at a ceremony.
In a video the traditional ruler posted on his Instagram page, he could be seen walking with an escort and some chiefs before the song was played.
As soon as the song blared out of the speakers, the king did not waste time before dancing to the popular hit.
Posting the video on his page, Oba Akanbi said a dancing king is a happy king, adding that the people of Iwo are the happiest people on earth.
He captioned the video: "The Royal Dance Step a Dancing king is a happy king cos We Iwo people are the most happiest people on earth !! Ele jemi maye ajo maje aye yi ni #nodulling."
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to react.
@sumbor_rufai wrote: "The king of our generation.....We are so fortunate to have you sir."
@balogun1000 wrote: "This my king too like flexing."
@_champ0 wrote: "No dull moment."
@azuka_d_great wrote: "Emperor Telu 1 of iwo land."
Recall that in February, the Osun traditional rulers’ council had suspended the Oluwo of Iwo for six months following confirmed reports of physical assault on a fellow monarch.
Reacting to the report, Oba Akanbi said he is still the Oluwo of Iwoland. According to him, he was only punished for being stylish, flashy and a human rights activist.
He said he was only suspended by the council from attending meetings and taking part in some activities in Iwo.
The young monarch insisted that the decision of the council is subject to the approval of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola and that until then, he remains the only Oluwo of Iwoland.
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