From Elijah Ola Olorunsuwa
All is now set for the installation of Chief Joel Idowu Omodara to the rank of a High Chief (Orota) in Oke-Offin, Bunu local government area of Kogi State.
News Hub Mag! reports that the installation has been approved by the traditional council of Oke-Offin Bunu, the Oluwoa-in-Council under the leadership of HRH Oba James Adeniyi Ayinmode, the Elewonaru ll.
Information gathered by News Hub Mag! reveals that Chief Omodara who currently holds the chieftaincy title of Elehiye of Oke-Offin Bunu will be representing the Olonieyi family in the community’s Traditional Council.
News Hub Mag! reports that Chief Omodara is a seasoned security expert who had a glowing and fulfilled career and retired as a fine and accomplished DSS officer.
Chief Omodara’s love for his community and cultural development is second to none and he is highly respected in his community.
News Hub Mag! reports that the installation (Iwuye) will hold at the Oluwoa’s Palace, Oke Offin Bunu, Kabba Bunu LGA, on Saturday, 4th of July, 2020 at 10am.
He is the elder brother of
Commander Duro Jerry Omodara rtd., the State Security Adviser to Kogi State Government, who also doubles as the National President of Oke-Offin Development Association.
News Hub Mag! reports that Oke-Offin Bunu is a peaceful agrarian community situated about 10km Northwest of Kabba in Kabba/Bunu Local Government Area of Kogi State. The community is home to several cultural and tourism sites including the Akofirin Festival which is celebrated in December.