Using the word “my son or my daughter” is a normal word people use especially when referring to someone who is close. Calling someone my son does not mean you are giving him a total right as a biological son or indigene.
Secret Reporters got exclusive news on how Oba kehinde Olugbenle of Yewaland and Ogun State council of traditional rulers has been suspended for calling Senator Solomon Adeola, a native of Pahayi in Ilaro his son during the just concluded Oronna day on the orders of the Governor of Ogun state.
It was said that the Secretary to the State Government, Barrister Taiwo Adeola who was representing the Governor of the state could no longer hide his anger, countenance and disgust when Senator Solomon of another tribe was called a son. Governor Amosun Ayola Olaniyi was so furious and in coming after the Oba; he ordered the management of Tai Solarin University of education (TASUED) to withdraw the honorary title already penciled down for the paramount ruler at the schools convocation ceremony.
How retarded is the governor and his secretary in their thinking, by suspending Senator Solomon means he is encouraging racism, some indigenes of the state queried. Our leaders are the architects of racism in our nation; it’s really funny how one gets suspended over such trivial issue. What are the leaders encouraging the youths to do in a country where a person from another tribe cannot be called your son, brother or sister. Other traditional rulers are not in support of Senator Solomon’s suspension because they see it as a means of the governor trying to make them not to identify with each other.