The remains of the Aseyin of Iseyin, Oba Abdul-Ganiyu Salawudeen Oloogunebi, Ajinese I, on Monday was was buried.
Oba Ologunebi (62) joined his ancestors on Sunday at the University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan, after a protracted illness.
The late monarch, who reigned for fifteen years, was buried at a place named Igbo Itan, about three kilometers from the Aseyin Palace, where his predecessors were buried.
Women were reportedly barred from the Igbo Itan except only the traditionalists and few important personalities were present at the interment.
Before his body was interred, traditionalists performed the final rites of passage for the late monarch.
Earlier, Islamic clerics held a prayer session for the late monarch inside the palace open space, where notable figures, including the Oyo State Deputy Governor, Barrister Bayo Lawal, who represented his boss, Governor Seyi Mankinde, the Chief of Staff to the Governor, Segun Ogunwuyi and other appointees, were present.
Also, in honour of the late Aseyin, shops, business centres and markets were shut.