As various dignitaries from all walks of like visited Ile Ife to pay homage to Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Ooni of Ife, members of the Ogboni fraternity also joined the train to pay respect to the king.
In their own unique way, members of the group took to the street in honour of Oba Okunade Sijuwade.
Immediately the inter-religious service came to end, members of the group were seen marching around town chanting traditional songs in honour of the king.
According to a member of the group, the street march is just their own to honour the king for his contribution to humanity.
The leader of the group who was elegantly dressed in a yellow apparel was saying prayers of blessings to pa$$ers-by and the crowd gathered around them.
See the photos below:
6: Members of the Ogboni fratanity parading the town of Ile-Ife