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HRM Ekioemi John Oweiagbe, Council Of Chiefs On Familiarization Visit To Operemor Kingdom Headquarter [Photos]

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Written By: Timipre Ndoni
Media Director to HRM, King (Dr) Ekioemi Oweiagbe John.

HRM King (Dr.) Ekioemi Oweiagbe John, the Traditional Ruler (Ebenana-owei) of Operemor Kingdom, and His Council of Chiefs from all the eleven(11) communities Visited Ojobo, the traditional Headquarters Of Operemor Kingdom.

The visit was described as a new dawn for greater achievements and sign of a brighter tomorrow for the Kingdom.

His Royal Majesty through his Media Director, Comr. Timipre Ndoni expressed excitement over the show of love from the people of Ojobo Federated Communities and environs. They celebrated King Dr. Ekioemi Oweiagbe John (PhD) and council of chiefs in the traditional headquarter of Operemor Kingdom, Ojobo Community, Burutu Local Government Area, Delta State.

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According to Ndoni, the Pere and his cabinet were wowed, seeing the love, honor and demonstration of unity displayed on Saturday 25th June, 2022.

It is an expresion that their choice emerged as King from the Chief Bare Etolor’s led selection committee which conducted a free, fair and credible process as rightly adjudged by the ORUGBENE field report.

The report on the kingship selection was described as the true test of popularity and choice.

The first visit to the traditional headquarter alongside the council of Chiefs from all eleven communities that make up the Operemor Kingdom was further described as inaugural familiarization meeting to honor Sir P. Z Derick with the conferement of a chieftaincy title as the Funge-Owei of Operemor Kingdom.

The Ndoni-led Media also presented a photo frame gift to His Royal Majesty, King Dr. Ekioemi Oweiagbe John as display of traditional loyalty and commitment in progressing the kingdom with diligent services.

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Ndoni used the avenue to thank the leadership of Ojobo federated community, Mr. Tissa Ekeredein (Amanana-Owei of Ojobo Community), Mr. Similly Perekpo (Chairman of Ojobo Community), as well as the Council of Chiefs for their progressive inputs anchoring on love and show of synergy with the monarch.

They equally prayed for continuous show of love, support, and unity from all sons and sundry to the king for growth and development of the kingdom.

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