- It was established around 1850
- It alternates between two lines
- Just about any male born title-holder of the metropolitan center is a potential king
- The Olubadan has the sweeping powers to depose or peg a chief, irrespective of the person’s position on the chieftaincy line.
- Although the role is now largely symbolic, the Olubadan is still an influential figure
Read more about the Olubadan succession principle here