Twitter on fire over unconfirmed reports ‘Abobaku’ is missing


    Nigerian Twitter is currently on fire with many reacting to reports that ‘Abobaku’ is missing in Ife. Photo: Twitter
    According to rumours, the ‘Abobaku’ (the one who dies with the king) of recently deceased Ooni of Ife, Oba Sijuade Okunade is missing. ‘Abobaku,’ is the one chosen to ‘accompany’ the king on the journey to the world beyond according to age-long tradition.
    Twitter is currently on fire, with several people reacting to the rumours that the Abobaku is missing. Check some of the most interesting tweets below…

    If i was Abobaku i for don travel out ✈… All these ritualists WIFI no dey reach overseas ????
    — UCHE (@tz_Uchay) August 12, 2015

    Jesus or Qur’an cannot save Abobaku. They didn’t force it on him. More so, he has benefitted from being Abobaku. He can’t run from his duty
    — Alausa Olawale (@YoungProf_MUFC) August 12, 2015

    RT “@Skiwo: Abobaku upon hearing that Oba Sijuade has died“
    — ~~ QueenVee~~ (@KENTEE_01) August 12, 2015

    You can’t tell me tradition did not forsee that contingency. Ife Jazz will bring #Abobaku back in an envelope. Fear these Yorubs.
    — Strokahuntas (@sassylabelle) August 12, 2015

    Lol “@Ohiodongaldo: When you thought Abobaku was just a Title but now you you have to die with the Oba… ???“
    — ~~ QueenVee~~ (@KENTEE_01) August 12, 2015

    All these barbaric acts should have gone down the drain. When are we gonna wake up in Yorubaland? Abobaku ko, Abobagbe ni! #Abobaku
    — MADE in IJEBU (@Iam_Lekinx) August 12, 2015

    Yoruba jazz couldn’t help Jonathan win the election, the Abobaku will be fine #Abobakumustdie ?
    — Fmr Yoruba boy (@Tope_HoMegas) August 12, 2015

    This Abobaku thing should make us re-evaluate those aspects of our culture that are otherwise inhumane.
    — Anyadu (@The_Africanist) August 12, 2015

    Wow, some told me Abobaku would have being beheaded… Bruh, Na u sharp Pass Gbabe!!!
    — SexyUnilorinScholar™ (@ThaWhyte) August 12, 2015

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    Source:: The NET