***Holds close door meeting with Olubadan designate***
Former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo on Monday February 1, 20o16 held a closed door meeting with the Olubadan-designate, High Chief Saliu Akanmu Adetunji in his palace at Popoyemoja, Ibadan, Oyo State.
Obasanjo who led other dignitaries to the home of the Olubadan designate, arrived in company of Alhaji Lateef Gbadamosi, a Federal Commissioner for National Population Commission and had a closed door meeting with the Olubadan designate.
It was gathered that the meeting lasted only for about five minutes during which important and private issues were discussed.
The former president who emerged from the close door meeting beaming with smiles, Obasanjo was dressed in butter colour guinea brocade with brown cap and shoe to match, later entered into his waiting black Prado Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV), and left the Chief Adetunji’s residence afterward.
Also, a delegation of the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar visited the Oba-elect on Sunday evening.
The delegation which was led by Sarkin Sasa, Alhaji Haruna Maiyasin also brought good wishes from the eminent royal father.
Earlier, former Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide also came to visit High Chief Adetunji.
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