Ogun worshippers are threaten a lawyer who has raised an alarm in a petition he issued to the police.
Ebenezer Tunde Omobobami, a local of Ile-Oluji in Ondo State, blamed Ogun worshippers for endeavoring to compel him to succeed his late dad, Chief Ogundayo Omobobami, as Ogun Chief Priest in Odolua Quarters of the community.
In the appeal to the police in Ondo State, Omobobami said that following the passing of his dad, who was the Chief Priest, the Ogun disciples have demanded that the successor must be one of his kids, and Ebenezer was picked as his dad’s successor.
In any case, Ebenezer Omobobami said worshiping Ogun is contrary to his Christian confidence and he declined. Be that as it may, the disciples of the Ogun faction have declined to acknowledge Ebenezer’s reason.
Ebenezer Omobobami’s advice, Mr. Michael Akamo, complained to the police, saying:
My client ‘s senior siblings and their close relatives were initiated into the Ogun faction before they traveled abroad. Because of the nonattendance of the said senior siblings, it currently falls on our client to be the next Ogun priest
In spite of their desire, our client and his relatives never worship Ogun again; they are currently Christians and the precepts of Christianity does not enable him to love the genuine God with mammon.
Ebenezer said he is presently confronting genuine dangers from the Ogun worshippers who trailed him to his Lagos home and sent gangsters to threaten his life. This prompted him moving somewhere else with his family.
Omobobami encouraged the police to come to his help, taking note that another Ogun celebration would hold one month from now in the community and he would be relied upon to lead the disciples as chief priest