Ogun State born, Manchester big boy, Gbolahan Macjob, popularly called "Ebora Manchy" has been installed as the Ogboye Jaguna of Ilodo in Ijebu- Mushin area of South- West, Nigeria. 

The Chieftaincy title which was conferred on him by Alayeluwa Oba Isiaka Ajede, was said to be in line with the tradition of honouring indigenes of Ilodo who have been good ambassadors, towards remembering their root.

The traditional ruler said such recognition was a call to service to spur development in Ilodo Community.

He remembered with nostalgia how Gbolahan's grand father was instrumental to ensuring he was educated, " saying without him I would have been an illiterate".

Oba Ajede called on Sons and daughters of Ilodo within and outside Nigeria to always visit home and ensure the development of Ilodo which he said was their root. 

The new Ogboye Jaguna, Otunba Gbolahan Macjob, OGM, promised to continue in his strides to put service forward in ensuring the development of Ilodo. 

He thereafter, launched Afristar Foundation Nigeria and supported ten youths in the community by providing tools needed for their trades.

Otunba Gbolahan Macjob, OGM who also donated to the Ilodo Palace Project was accompanied by family members, friends and well wishers. 

OGM is a journalist and social entrepreneur.

Others installed included Chief Omotunde Komolafe as Bobatolu of Ilodo, Otunba Kamal Seyi Abiodun as Olootu Omo-Oba of Ilodo, Otunba Adedoyin Yusuff as Otun Akogun and Chief Omowunmi Yusuff as Iyalode of Ilodo.

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