July 20, 2024
By Binebai Princewill 

A prominent Chief in Ogulagha Kingdom, Chief Collins Kemeyan (JP), the Posibenemowei of Ogulagha Kingdom and his lovely wife Mrs Kemeyan have congratulated His Royal Majesty, Paramount ruler of Ogulagha kingdom, Elder (Capt) Dr.  King Joseph I. Timiyan (JP),  Agbonu! Torububor 1 on the occasion of his 17th coronation anniversary.

The duo of Chief & Mrs Collins Kemeyan issued the congratulatory message earlier today in Warri while celebrating the paramount ruler of Ogulagha Kingdom, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide. 

The duo had  expressed happiness towards the Niger Delta revered monarch, stressing that they are  happy to felicitate with him on his 17th Coronation anniversary, noting that their day would have been incomplete without felicitating with the King.

While extolling the leadership qualities of the traditional ruler, Chief & Mrs Collins Kemeyan maintained that the ascension of Agbonu into the highly coveted royal throne of Ogulagha Kingdom 17 years ago  has been one form of blessing to the other in the Kingdom. 

However, the Niger Delta philanthropist and his lovely wife had appealed to all sons and daughters of the kingdom to continue to join forces with the traditional ruler in order to move the Kingdom to a more greater height while praying for the ancestors of the kingdom to bless Agbonu  with more wisdom to continue to rule over the people peacefully  marked with unprecedented  development, Unity and Love across the Kingdom. 

In their words: “His Royal Majesty Sir, we on behalf of our family pray this day that the Lord Almighty shall continue to impart you with more wisdom, long life and prosperity. We are very proud of you for the development you have brought to Ogulagha Kingdom since your ascension to the throne. 

“We pray also that you shall live to see the Ogulagha Kingdom of your dream, may you never get tired in your quest of making Ogulagha Kingdom the envy of others, may  you be blessed  with more wisdom beyond human comprehension to continue to rule over the  kingdom”.

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