The queen of Iwoland, Jamaican/Canadian born Queen Chanel Chin has opened up on her crashed marriage to the king of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akan
The queen of Iwoland, Jamaican/Canadian born Queen Chanel Chin has opened up on her crashed marriage to the king of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi Telu 1.
Recall that about two weeks ago, the flamboyant monarch announced that his marriage has crashed due to irreconciliable differences via a statement issued from the Oluwo Palace. The Jamaican queen was said to have been sent packing from the palace from the palace alongside her child, Oduduwa but chose to remain in Nigeria and fight back.
She then sought help from friends and associates of her former husband and is currently being accommodated in a hotel in Lagos.
Yesterday, Chanel posted a message on her Instagram page threatening to speak on her experience as a queen in Iwo. She wrote: “Maturity speaks. Since the Oluwo of Iwo has gone to the media to air his dirty laundry, I have remained silent. He has gone on a personal mission to destroy my character with fabricated stories. I have remained silent. As a mother of a small baby, all of this is unnecessary and very immature.
“Out of respect for the stool i have not spoken of what I went through in the last 4 years. Please let MATURITY rule. If a king does not RESPECT himself or his stool, who else will? People of God, let us be honest with ourselves, this is not the Ist or the last time that we have watched this individual fabricate and publicly destroy someone. Kings are supposed to uplift and not oppress. love and light.”
To this, the King responded in the comment section with a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary; “The Horse is waiting but you can’t force the passenger!!! To who cares to listen…. ticket has been provided since 18th of December, 2019, 5 star hotel fully paid till date of travel!! And ask yourself a question – can a Canadian be stranded in Nigeria even if a ticket is not provided?? The Canadian embassy and Government is one of the most responsible in the world. If someone chooses to stay back for whatever reason, its none of our business. The needful has been done by providing the necessary travelling arrangements.”