The monarch, who spoke in Bini dialect, gave the order at his palace while presiding over matters affecting individuals, villages and groups.
The monarch said the shrine and market were not approved by the palace.
The monarch said, “It is against the Bini tradition and norms for individuals or groups to unilaterally establish the Ogue-edio or a local market without due authorisation from the oba’s palace.”
The traditional ruler directed two top palace officials to effect the sealing of the unauthorised village shrine and market.
On his part, the village head of Igbekhuen, Mr Oghomwenrughaen Omoruyi, promised to work with the palace to promote peace and progress in the village. SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇