I Believe I Have Tried My Best Possible, But The Struggle Still Continues’, Chief Wadudu Deinde, Akogun Of Ota
Marking the commemoration of his 10 years as the Akogun of Ota, Chief Wadud Deinde has enlisted his landslide achievements in ensuring that Otta town is well posited in an enviable position among the Yoruba race.
While speaking with VOA, Chief Deinde lamented that the journey has not been easy, especially when he was facing burglary crisis in the community coupled with the Gbalefa and Owu crisis. He also recounts recording so many achievements, some of which are; building health centers in Ota and also sinking bore-holes in some communities. He said he also pays schools a regular visit in order to ascertain their welfare. Chief Akogun said that he believes he has contributed his own quota, vowing that the struggle still continues.
In his own eulogy for the referred chief, Oba Ogungbayi Adeyanju Akanni, the Onitetiku of Owode-Otta described him as an humble man that is full of courage. He also stressed that Akogun is an Awori man to the core.
The Oloponda of Otta, Chief Maruf Fatunsi emphasized that Akogun deserves the 10 years commemoration because he is a man of honour.
Chief Akeem Odunaro described the Akogun of Otta as a very humble man who is very respectful. He further stressed that he was an educational administrator before he retired. Adding that he is a sports man who embraces peace all the time.
Prince Ajibola Alade Omoteso did not mince words describing the Akogun of Otta. In his words, ‘he is a very high chief with prospects in Otta. He is performing beyond our expectation. He is a very faithful man, strong minded and he talks with facts and figures. I know him as a transparent man who loves the issue of Awori’.