Mon. Nov 30th, 2020

​Ogulagha Kingdom Students Congratulates Agbonu On 15th Coronation Anniversary 

By Binebai Princewill 

Apex Students body in Oil rich Ogulagha Kingdom under the aegis of National Association of Ogulagha Clan Students (NAOCS), Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State have also lend their voice in congratulating His Royal Majesty, Elder Capt. King Joseph I. Timiyan. (JP) Torubobor 1, Agbonu, the Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom on his 15th year coronation  anniversary.

NAOCS issued the congratulatory message to newsmen in Obotobo commuity, Ogulagha Kingdom yesterday while celebrating the well attended coronation anniversary signed by its national  president, Comr. Clever Igere, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers. 

Comr. Clever Igere had particularly noted that the revered monarch has always played a fatherly role towards the continued growth and development of Ogulagha kingdom and the National Association of Ogulagha Clan Students (NAOCS).

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Speaking further, the young leader, Igere had expressed optimism that he is confident that Agbonu’s reign will continue to bring peace, development in Ogulagha kingdom.

In his words: “Naocs Congratulate His Royal Majesty Elder (Capt) King Joseph I. Timiyan. (JP) Torubobou 1, Agbonu. The Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom on his 15th year anniversary.

“Your Majesty, you have been a father and leader to the students of Ogulagha kingdom. You have been a pillar of support in all areas. whenever we call upon you, you are there for us and you have always been a lover of education.

“On behalf of National Association Of Ogulagha Clan Students, I extend my warmest congratulations and best wishes to Your Majesty on the most auspicious occasion of Your Majesty’s Coronation. I am confident that your reign will continue to bring peace, development in Ogulagha kingdom”.

Meanwhile, on his part, Comr. Odubosatu Kenneth Pere, former President of NAOCS had described the revered Niger Delta traditional ruler as a golden royal father, stressing that the people of Ogulagha Kingdom are lucky to have him as their traditional ruler. 

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