What were those things you were involved in before you ascended the throne of Alaagba of Aagba and which you presently would have loved to continue doing?
Since your ascension to the throne, what are the social and economic developments that have come to Aagba?
When I became the Alaagba of Aagba, the Alaagba was not a permanent member of the Osun State Council of Obas.
Apart from this, I donated sets of computers to Methodist High School, Aagba to aid the teaching of our students there.
The first and major problem we are contending with is the deplorable condition of road that leads to Aagba. The road has been abandoned.
There is this belief about Aagba being synonymous with voodoo worship such that people dread this community.
Aagba is known for that (voodoo) because in the olden days whenever any thief came to Aagba to steal or rob people, he would never go scot free.
As a traditional ruler in Aagba, do you have any taboo in your community?
What we heard from our forefathers is that before now in Aagba, you should not bring banana leaf into the community.
Can you give an insight into the roles being played by prominent indigenes of Aagba to boost its development?
Those who believe that Aagba would remain forever have been contributing positively to the growth of our community.