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Oniru Stool: A Dying Ember, Adesegun Oniru’s Chances Thinning Out

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“Everybody isn’t your friend. Just because they hang around you and laugh with you doesn’t mean they are your friend. People pretend well. At the end of the day, real situations expose fake people, so pay attention.”

The above quote is an innuendo to Aremo Adesegun Oniru, the former Lagos State Commissioner for Waterfront and Infrastructure development.

Once favoured as the candidate to take over the Oniru stool left by his late father Oba Idowu Oniru, those memories are now vague with Hakeem Ajasa appearing the one to emerge the next Oniru.

Daily, like a warlord, Ajasa’s might continue to grow with the traditional institution, history, Iru kingmakers and even some of the Oniru scion said to prefer him.

At a recently held meeting to buttress the legality of Ajasa’s claim to the stool, an Oniru scion was conspicuously among those passionately drumming support for him.

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