In an interview with IMOLEAYO OYEDEYI, Oba Olayemi Yekini Omisore, the Olu of Olode-Awolowo Town, discusses his 70th birthday and other topics. He expresses gratitude to Allah for his life and acknowledges that his position as an oba has restricted his social engagements. Oba Omisore acknowledges that he has learned a lot since becoming a king, and he plans to adapt to his new role. He avoids making comments about the Nigerian entertainment industry and instead mentions that investors have shown interest in his community, and several projects are underway. He declines to disclose the details of these projects until they are completed.
When asked about what advice he would give the Nigerian government, Oba Omisore states that corruption is prevalent in all sectors of Nigerian society, and there is a need for everyone to work towards eliminating it. He believes that everyone is involved in governance, and the government should represent the people’s interests.