Respect is a Cherished Virtue in Yoruba land….. Monarch tells Corper Members

Corps Members have been told to show respect to, not only their elders but every other person as it open doors and attract blessings.
His Royal Majesty,  Oba Ambassador Adetokunbo Okikiola Gbadegeshin Tejuosho,  the first Olu Orile Kemta Adabonyin gave this advice while delivering a traditional lecture to the 2019 Batch C Stream one Corps Members deployed to Ogun State, at the Gateway International Stadium Sagamu.
The Monarch who took the Corps Members through the tradition and culture of the Yorubas with special emphasis on the Ogun State People said the conspicuous identity of the Yorubas is respect.” We love to be respected as much as we equally give respect to others. Looking at it critically our other name is respect, apart from respecting the people, you should also respect their tradition and culture” there are different clans with different customs and traditions in Ogun state” he said.
The Oba also admonished the Corps Members to embrace agriculture despite having their certificates.
 “I encourage you to go into farming. We will give you land and support you. We need to promote agriculture, We will give you letters of recommendations to different monarchs for assistance if you are interested in agriculture we will support you with seedlings, we will organise farming oriented programs for you from time to time, also we have list of interested offtakers to pick your farm produce” the monarch said.
HRM. Amb Adetokunbo Okikiola Gbadegesin
Tejuosho
Olu Orile Kemta Adabonyin
(DIGITAL KING)

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