Renowned actress Dayo Amusa has shared an incredible tale of a queen and her king on her Instagram profile.
In her post, she delves into the history of Oba Awujale Ijebuland, the youngest king, who remarkably reigned for an astonishing 700 years.
The captivating story is part of a movie produced by Seun Oloketuyi, where Dayo Amusa plays a significant role as the queen, adding a vivid layer of color to the narrative.
The upcoming film promises to be captivating, considering the unprecedented story of a king who lived for 700 years.
In her post, Dayo Amusa introduces OLORI Oluwakemi, the wife of Oba Sikiru Kayode Adetona Ogbagha II, as part of the biographical movie “AWÙJALẸ̀.”
Becoming the youngest Ọba in the nearly 700-year history of Ìjẹ̀bú land, Oba Sikiru Kayode Adetona, Ogbagba II, also holds the distinction of being the longest-serving first-class monarch in Nigeria.
The film aims to portray the remarkable tale of his ongoing selfless dedication, his fearless confrontation against military and political forces, and his dynamic character as a highly educated, outspoken, philanthropic, benevolent, and unpredictable leader.
As a courageous and charismatic custodian of culture and tradition, his legacy remains a testament to his unwavering commitment to serving the people.
Dede ọmọ Nàìjíríà, wẹn ku oju lọna ooo.
Check out her post below: