​15th anniversary: Opuabede-iboso  hails Ogulagha monarch, says he’s man of peace, honour

…Congratulates Tomone, Boumiebi, others on chieftaincy conferment 
By Ndu Samuel, Asaba 
A grassroot leader in Kou Delta, Burutu local government Area of Delta State Comr. Philip Ebilade, popularly known as the Opuade-iboso 1 of Niger Delta have described the paramount ruler of Ogulagha kingdom, Burutu local government area of Delta State, His Royal Majesty  Elder (Capt) King Joseph I Timiyan (JP) Torububor 1,  Agbonu , the Ebenananowei of the kingdom as a man of peace and honour whose leadership qualities are worthy of emulation.

Ebilade,  stated this in a message obtained by The  Liberator Newspapers on Friday congratulating the monarch on his 15th coronation anniversary.

He said that the fifteen remarkable years the monarch sat on the throne of his fathers has so much to celebrate and be happy for. 

He disclosed  that the monarch used his good office to attract development both from the government and multi-national  oil companies as can be seen in the various infrastructural projects located in various communities that make up Ogulagha kingdom.

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He urged the king to continue his good works towards the growth and development of the kingdom, stressing that history will forever be kind to him

He prayed God to make his reign longer, and fortify him with knowledge, wisdom and understanding that will help him face headlong the great and ever dynamic tasks ahead.

He also congratulated Chief Amb. (Dr) Godspower Tomone, Chief Amb. Francis Boumiebi and other sons and daughters of Ogulagha Kingdom who were conferred with  chieftaincy titles during the ceremony.

“ May God also in his infinite love grant you  long life and peace of mind as you cooperate with HRM to ensure that the people of Ogulagha kingdom gets the best from his reign.” He prayed.

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