The supreme court has fixed a date for the ruling on injunction, stay of execution, of coronation of prince oseni isiaka as Alale of Akungba Akoko&hearing of the substantive suit respectively.
The apex court fixed 16th of january 2019 with suit number SC 155/2018 &the counsels to parties have been duely notified.
The case is between julius Olanipon & prince emmanuel salau as well as sunday Akeju from Agure-Mokun branch of the Ole ruling house
The stay of execution was filed by Julius Olanipon to restrain ondo state government from executing the court of appeal verdict on the 11th of Dec 2017 which affirmed the high court judegement on 20th of Dec 2013 that declared prince oseni isiaka as the new Alale of Akungba Akoko.
The stay of execution&injunction initially filed at appeal court but struck out upon the withdrawal request by appellant before it was file at apex court.
Counsel to the appellant,Barister Olabanjo Ayenakin claimed that one mr Sunday Ajimoh has already occupied the royal throne& however urged the apex court to grant the stay of execution&injunction on the appeal court judgement.
Meanwhile counsel to the respondent, Agure mokun family branch of ole ruling house,Mallam Gani Ashiru asked the supreme court to strike out the stay of execution&injunction since it’s a declarative judgement
He also submitted that the apex court should sack one Mr Sunday Ajimoh who was wrongfull&illegally installed as Alale of Akungba Akoko by then mimiko’s administration in the state having flagrantly disobeyed court order.
The Alale Elect Prince Oseni Isiaka Adu & Akungba community in general appealed to ondo state government led by Arakunrin Akeredolu&heads of security agencies to fortify the university town with maximum security to forestall any possible break law&order on that january 16,2019
It would be recalled that,Akungba Akoko in Akoko south west local govt area of ondo state has been in obaship crisis since d demise of oba omoshowon Adekanye in december 2003.