• A 6-year-old boy has become the youngest chief in Nigeria and possibly the youngest in Africa.
  • The young ruler now called Chief Adigun Olowe is a decorated achiever even at his age.
  • In addition to government, Chief Adigun is a United Nations SDG Youth Heritage Ambassador, among other achievements.

Solu Alade Kingdom of Ibeju Lekki in Lagos State has produced the youngest chief in the West African country of Nigeria.

Young Adigun Olowe at the age of six now becomes Chief Adigun Olowe and is possibly the youngest in Africa.

Chief Adigun Olowe is possibly the youngest in Africa. Photo credit: TikTok/@adigunoloweyoruba
Source: UGC

Photos of the young ruler were shared on TikTok as the page celebrated him and highlighted his other achievements.

According to the page, Chief Adigun is also a United Nations SDG Youth Heritage Ambassador, Yorùbá Culture Ambassador and an encyclopedia of Yorùbá proverbs.

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In the shared photos, he is seen with his mother and loved ones dressed in traditional clothing with symbols of royal authority.

Reactions on social networks

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“Congratulations darling.”

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yetundeadenike said:

“More wins, sir.”

Oyetunde Akewi said:

“Love wins more.”

Nigeria’s youngest king graduates from high school

In the meantime, legit.ng previously reported that Nigeria’s youngest king had graduated from high school.

The young king thanked his entire family and kingdom for supporting him during the 6 years he was in a boarding school.

“Congratulations to me because the journey of 6 years in high school finally ended today, grateful to Almighty God, my parents, my sisters, my bosses, my friends, my good wishes and all the citizens of Okeluse Kingdom for all the support that all of you have surrendered throughout the 6 years of being in a boarding school…”

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While he also thanked the school administration and high school staff, he asked for more support for the tasks ahead of him as an adult.

“My journey into adulthood begins now with the many tasks ahead of me and I implore all lovers to support me, since I cannot do this alone, I will continue to strive for the development of my kingdom, my people and raising the stool.” of my ancestors to greatness…”, he wrote.

Source: Legit.ng