Iwo kingmakers have petitioned Osun State Governor, Gboyega Oyetola to take away their monarch, Abdulrasheed Adewale, the Oluwo of Iwoland over his alleged prison previous.
They alleged that Abdulrasheed was convicted in america of America in 1998 and Canada between 2006 to 2007.
In response to the petition, the alleged hid prison previous disqualifies him from the crown.
The petition was addressed to Governor Oyetola and signed by the kingmakers of Iwo council, dated September 9, 2020.
They alleged that Oluwo hid his prison previous which doesn’t qualify him to be on the throne.
In response to the involved kingmakers, Oluwo Akanbi hid his conviction for securities fraud by a United States of America District courtroom – the U. S District of Massachusetts
They added that the courtroom convicted him for 15 months imprisonment, and barred him from getting into america for all times. He was allegedly deported to Nigeria after serving the jail phrases.
The kingmakers additionally alleged that Abdulrasheed migrated to Canada within the yr 2000 and obtained Canadian citizenship the place he was once more convicted between 2006 and 2007 for an additional crime.
They added that “nevertheless, on the 21st March 2011 at Peace Bridge Port Entry Buffalo New York, United States, the current Oluwo tried to enter america regardless of being barred for all times from entry on account of a 1998 conviction. He was promptly arrested by Customs and Border Safety Officer. A background examine was performed on him which revealed extra issues”
“He was the driving force of the car bearing Nova Scotia license plate
“He offered a Canadian passport as proof of id.
“The passport bore his picture and listed his identify as Prince Adewale Akanbi
“The Customized and Border Safety Officer (CBPO) named Fudelia performed a CBP Database queries on Oluwo and found that Prince Akanbi had a prison conviction in Canada.
“The CBPO performed a biometric fingerprint on Oluwo’s fingerprints. The scans revealed a optimistic match beneath FBI quantity and different file numbers. The identify related to these data was Segun Adewale Adeonigbagbe.’”