Meet the Youngest Female Traditional Ruler who is not allowed to have a Boy friend or get Married -

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A Traditional Ruler (woman) may be perplexed as to why she is forbidden from marrying or having a spouse, but this is simply because their culture forbids it, and there are just a few communities in Nigeria where women are permitted to reign.

One of the settlements is Iboropa-Akoko, which is located in the Akoko North-East district of Ondo State and is one of the most populous in the state.

When coming to the kingdom, Princess Tinuade Ayomikun Babalola was a Public Administration student at Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA), before her father died, and she became the OLUBOROPA OF IBOROPA AKOKO, ONDO STATE.

In the course of her five-year reign, she has been forced to go through a number of usual formalities, including being informed that she was not permitted to have a partner or marry before being appointed regent of the country.

In addition to being the Princess's father, Oba Emmanuel Ayowole Adejuyigbe was the community's former King, who passed away several years ago.

According to rumor, she was commanded to remain celibate throughout her reign in accordance with the culture of her kingdom, which she reportedly did.

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