Ekiti State Government has approved the promotion of sixteen traditional rulers while five new communities were granted autonomy.
The decision followed the consideration of the White Paper on the Justice J.K.B. Aladejana Chieftaincy Review Commission instituted by the state Executive Council at its meeting held on Thursday, 19th December 2019.
The Council approved the upgrade of 11 traditional rulers to Grade A, and five others to Grade B.
It also approved the autonomous status granted to five communities.
The newly upgraded Grade A chieftaincies are:
i) Elewu of Ewu Ekiti
ii) Eleda of Eda Oniyo Ekiti
iii) Onisin of Isinbode Ekiti
iv) Apalufin of Aisegba Ekiti
v) Olosan of Osan Ekiti
vi) Onigogo of Igogo Ekiti
vii) Olupoti of Ipoti Ekiti
viii) Oluloro of Iloro Ekiti
ix) Alasa of…