Oluwo of Iwo’s ex-wife, Olori Chanel Akanbi burst on Asabe Afrika TV Encounter

She is beautiful, she is elegant, she is interesting, she is peculiar in orientation and character but her good life has just been busted by the man she gave her heart to; a king. The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi.

The Story of OLORI CHANEL AKANBI (Born Chanel Michael Chin) is a sad reality of life.

Five months ago, her former husband, the very controversial Iwo king in Osun State (South West Nigeria), Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi announced across both conventional and social media that he has sacked his beautiful Olori from the palace, laying claims to irreconcilable differences and more as reasons for the action.

The way the news went out and around, was in a very bad and sad taste, it did more damage to the reputation of the very gentle, eloquent and unassuming Jamaica born Olori.

Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi, known for his contradictory image which spewed from several controversies he drew to himself and the royal stool since November 9, 2015 when he was ‘selected’ and ‘appointed’ by former Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State didn’t handle the sacking of his Olori right. He did everything within his whims and caprices to not only kill the woman by emotion but equally bundle her out of Nigeria forcefully. It was a dejavu like no other.

The details are loaded in this explosive encounter we had with her during the week, to seek her own side of the story. It took her great pain to open up to Asabe Afrika TV but when she did, she didn’t hold back tears, laughter and other emotions bordering her personality after her exit from the palace.

In this video, we give you a tip of the iceberg. In subsequent videos, we will unleash the entire iceberg and you will feel the ice.

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