In a report by The Nation, with the minister's confinement, an age-long custom which says the Ohen N' Ukoni does not enter Benin, the dwelling place the Oba, had been befouled.
Therefore, three puppies were butchered as penances were completed close to the police central station before the main cleric was discharged.
Moreover, a rundown of different things has been given to the police for purging penance the land.
The things incorporate 14 local bovines, tortoise, sheep, goats, cocks, among others.
It was additionally accumulated that the convention was begun in the fifteenth century by Oba Ewuare the extraordinary.
The main cleric's holy place is situated at Evbiekoi, in Uhunwode Local Government Area, and as a component of royal celebration ceremonies, he would have a representative grapple with the Crown Prince. Them two would go inverse ways, never to see each other again, when the Crown Prince turns into the Oba.
Inconvenience began a week ago when agents of the counter cultism unit raged Evbiekoi people group following on a request by John Elvis (otherwise known as Atekha), an ex-authority of the restricted Community Development Association (CDA), The Nation reports.
Preparation journalists on the episode, Secretary of Evbiekoi people group, Chief Paul Ajayi stated: "The policemen shot sporadically and demanded taking Chief Priest Usunalele to Benin City, regardless of requests that the man does not enter Benin or he would bite the dust.
"An unusual and puzzling storm, joined by vicious breeze, thunder and lightning, were a piece of the indications of despoiling.
"The Oba got the indications of befouling and nearness of Ohen N' UKoni, and sent emissaries to the Police Commissioner, Danmallam Abubakar, subsequent to affirming that the Chief Priest was in Benin."
In the interim, the Police Commissioner, Dan has requested policemen associated with the capture of Ohen N'Ukoni to be confined to alleviate rising strains in Benin as different youth bunches are supposedly getting ready to cause disorder over the supposed contamination of the Benin culture