Youngest Monarchs In Nigeria, Their Age, Level Of Education And Photos Have Emerged.

Nigeria has many traditional rulers who are custodians of customs and traditions in their respective domains.

Many of them are aged, there are three kings who are described as the youngest of them all.

The youngest monarch in Nigeria are:

1. HRH Obi Chukwuka Noah Akaeze

HRH Obi Chukwuka Noah Akaeze previously held the title of the youngest king in Nigeria following the death of his father.

He took over the mantle of kingship in Ubulu-Uku kingdom of Aniocha local government area of Delta state at the age of 18 in 2016.

According to The Guardian, the monarch received the staff of office on Monday, September 5, 2016, from the state government and it was celebration and fanfare for a kingdom known for cultural values.

In 2019, he graduated from a higher institution in the United Kingdom where he was studying law.

The traditional ruler is now 23-years-old.

2. Oloyede Adeyeoba

Oloyede Adeyeoba was appointed as the King Arujale of Okeluse in Ose local government area of Ondo state in 2020 at the age of 15.

The monarch, who is now 16 years, is a senior secondary school student and the only surviving son of his late father.

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The appointment was among the three ratified by the council presided over by Governor Rotimi Akeredolu.

3. Akubuisi Okonkwo

Akubuisi Okonkwo was crowned king of Iyiora Anam kingdom in Anambra West local government Area of Anambra state on Thursday, January 7, 2020 at the age of 10.

His ascendancy followed the death of his father, His Royal Highness, Igwe Onyeachonam Okonkwo, the Olame 1 of Iyiora Anam.

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Akubuisi, who is now 11 years, is the youngest king in Nigeria.

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The palace of the Ooni of Ife speaks of architectural brilliance, and anyone visiting will definitely have a sense of coming to drink from the well of knowledge the palace workers posses.

The Yoruba history is preserved in this ancient palace.

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