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Warring youths of Akure and Isolo in Ondo State have signed a peace pact with the state government.
On Tuesday, the youths clashed over the funeral rites of the Deji of Akure, Oba Adebiyi Adesida, Afunbiowo 11, who joined his ancestors on Sunday.
Akure youths invaded Isolo, ordering residents to shut their markets as part of the funeral rites, but they were resisted by Isolo youths, who said their community should not be affected.
Anti riot policemen were drafted to Ode-Irele, headquarters of Irele council of Ondo State at the weekend to maintain law and order after an attempt to install a parallel monarch led to a scuffle among residents.
About 30 people were seriously injured while several houses were set ablaze in the crisis. It was learnt that members of a rival ruling house of Opetusin who got a favourable court ruling
Funeral rites for the Deji of Akure, Oba Adebiyi Adesida, Afunbiowo II, who joined his ancestors on Sunday, began yesterday.
Oba Adesida’s body was placed on the throne and his subjects bade him farewell.
The palace was filled to capacity, as the chiefs led others in prostrating before the king like they did before his passage.
Chairman, Ondo State Council of Obas and Deji of Akure, Oba Adebiyi Adesida, on Thursday, denied rumours of his purported death, saying “I am hale and hearty.”
The traditional ruler, who spoke on phone from Atlanta, United States (US), said he was in the United States to attend some functions.