Oba Babajide’s daughter Becomes Regent Of Okeigbo


By; BAYO AKAMO, Ibadan

The daughter of Oba Oluwole Babajide,  Princess Olusola Babajide, has been appointed as the new Regent of Okeigbo following the demise of her father, who was the 17th Ruler and 6th Oluoke of Okeigbo Kingdom.

This was contained in a statement by the Director General, Oluoke Media, Hon Prince Alexander Omojadegbe,  made available to journalists.

Princess Olusola Babajide, born on February 27, 1963, in the United Kingdom, completed her primary education at Algernon Primary School in Hendon, London, and Teachers’ Training Primary School in Ilesha, Nigeria. She then attended St. Margaret Girls Secondary School in Ilesha, Nigeria. After returning to the UK in 1988, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work and became registered with Social Work England.

As the newly installed Regent, Princess Babajide pledged to continue her late father’s legacy. Inspired by his commitment to the welfare and development of the Kingdom, she is resolute in continuing his noble work and ensuring the prosperity and well-being of the kingdom’s residents.

With her extensive experience, unwavering dedication, and passion for service, Princess Babajide is poised to bring about positive change, foster unity, and promote the growth of Okeigbo Kingdom as the Regent.


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