- A female monarch called Tinuade Babalola has warned people requesting video calls from her online to stop
- Tinuade told such people to give her the same respect that they accord the Ooni of Ife
- The young regent stated that whoever wants to talk to her should come and see her in her palace
Her Royal Majesty Tinuade Babalola, the regent of Iboropa Akoko in Ondo state has taken to her official Instagram page to warn the people disrespecting her position.
A regent is a person appointed to govern a state temporarily because the regnant monarch is absent, abdicated the throne, is incapacitated, or dead. HRM Tinuade became the regent of her community in 2015 after the death of her father.
Meanwhile, it seemed like some people are not respecting her royalty as her recent post on social media stated that people go to her DM to ask for a video call.
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Warning such people, HRM Tinuade said that nobody should come to ask her for a video call.
According to her, people should come to the palace to see her just like they go to the palace of Ooni of Ife or any other king to see him.
"Don't come to my DM requesting for a video call!!! Same way you go and visit Ooni or any other king is the same way you should come to my palace if you need to see me! Send a DM or better still, send a letter via my email address on my page."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that BBA's Tayo Faniran reacted to the presence of kings on social media.
It was earlier reported that there were rumours that the Ife monarch and his wife are divorced. According to rumour mongers, Queen Oluwaseyi, who is also a prophetess has left the palace.
Reacting to the queen's comment about her marriage crash, the reality TV star condemned the presence of kings and queens on social media.
According to the entertainer, social media weakens the respect that people have for traditional rulers.
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