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Learn more about King Yesufu Asanike, a non-verbal Prime Minister even before the military

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King Joseph Oloyede Asanikhe is the 37th Prime Minister of Ibadan.

The Asaniké family is from the Idi-Aro neighborhood.

The most famous coconut trader is the Great King.

He has been in charge of the city since 1947 after becoming the mayor of Assange.

In 1957, Oloyede Asanike became the head of the Prime Minister’s Palace, when King IB Akinyele was installed.

He gradually became a graduate, until he became Prime Minister on February 4, 1983.

Asaniki spent 10 years on the Prize. And many do not believe that it will last that long, because he is too old to be king.

But regardless of his age and health status, history says he was a king full of wisdom, knowledge, courage, vision, and humor.

In the same way, he is not laughing, and he is not afraid to talk.

Among the ‘heroic’ stories that Asaniki said during the military coup, the late Sani Abacha visited his palace.

A big, tall, tall man, with his eyes gleaming, Kabiesi was expecting, but it was a surprise to see that Abacha was not like that.

“Abacha, we say it better now!”

Abacha even burst into laughter.

He was not intimidated, let alone by the military.

In fact, a military governor has been accused of manipulating power in Ibadan.

Asaniki was so angry that he angrily demanded that the governor not keep his mouth shut. He said “the king is the governor alive, the king is alive too.”

The issue came after King Asaniki appointed MKO Abiola, a native of Egba, as Bashorun of Ibadan.

Many Ibadan natives were outraged by the award, believing it was only for citizens.

History has it that King Asaniki was the most influential Prime Minister, regardless of his ethnic background in Nigeria.

Some believe it sells value to anyone who can afford it.

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Among the foreigners Asaniké was a native of was Lebanese, I-MUDAH who traded in the Gbagi market.

Father Laje Ibadan was honored by King Joseph Asaniki.

On the subject of this award, the story goes that some of his geniuses became angry after the fight between the king and the military governor.

They went to Asaniki’s palace, and were told that there was no more understanding in the note to give to anyone.

Asaniki also gave them a quick reply, “Understand, that is the understanding.”

In 1983, shortly after he became king the election took place. Political infighting erupted between the incumbent governor, the late Bola Ige of the UPN political party, and the NPN’s political candidate, Dr. Omololu Olunloyo.

The candidate came in, although some people alleged that the election was rigged.

The matter was settled out of court. Asaniki even went to the polling station to support the Ibadan-based incumbent.

He has publicly stated, “He is our son, you can do it”, except that he was raised in Ibadan by Bola Ige, who is also a lawyer, and married an Ibadan native.

One of the most memorable incidents during the presence of the Prince of Peace was when some robbers broke into his palace and removed tires and body parts from the Prince’s cars.

The robbery was immediately carried out by security forces.

Surprised and encouraged, the security guards sent the thieves to the king to show that they had worked hard.

However, he was surprised when Kabiesi released the thieves, and replied to the paramedics that “I did not send you a car, I told you my wife”.

Legend has it that King Asaniki did not seduce one of his beloved leaders, and as a result he did not allow the guards to follow him. Maybe he chooses dinner.

It is the same with women.

What other memorable event happened?

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Another unforgettable incident took place when a group of African Americans visited his palace.

According to her practice, the Priest also sold a beautiful water bottle to a beautiful woman by saying “You can go”.

Legend has it that the girl was frightened when she thought Kabiesi had arrested her.

Kia yelled, before Kabiesi himself realized that his joke was too powerful.

He apologized, and told her, “I’m with you.”

In addition to these things, King Asanake was the first Prime Minister to live in the modern palace at the Royal Market, in Ibadan.

King Asanke used his position to seek the betterment of Ibadan and its citizens.

It provides help for those who want to enter high school, and those who are looking for work among themselves.

He arrived on December 24, 1993.

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