Staff Of Office: Igarama Releases Powerful Statement To Congratulate  Egbema Monarch



Official Congratulatory Statement by Comrade Nicholas Igarama, Financial Secretary Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Western Zone, to the Bini Pere IV

It is with uthmost joy, I write to officially congratulate our indefatigable King HRM. AMB. MESHACK E.A UBABIRI (JP), Bini Pere IV, Agadagba of the great Egbema Kingdom.

Sir, with your ascension on the throne of our forebears in this particularly critical time of our history speaks volume.

I have no doubt that as the custodian of our pristine cultural heritage, you will bring in fold your wide network of contacts both in public and private sector to unify our people in pursuit of our socioeconomic and sociopolitical advancement.

As a servant leader of the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) in Egbema Kingdom, who is currently serving at the Western Zone level, I observed and followed keenly the series of events that preceded with regard to having a King that will preside over the affairs of our great Kingdom. Therefore, I use this medium to appreciate the youth bodies at the Clan Level, the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Egbema Clan and the Egbema Youth Council (EYC) for the display of maturity throughout the process.

Also, I am using this medium to particularly thank the Executive Governor of Delta State, His Excellency Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa for the speedy approval of the staff of office which was officially presented by his Deputy, His Excellency Barr. Kingsley Burutu Otuaro to HRM. AMB. MESHACK E.A UBABIRI (JP)- Bini Pere IV, Agadagba of the great Egbema Kingdom. This is historic and demanding, historic because it has been a thing of great accomplishment to our people, who are in dire need for leadership, and demanding because demographic and geographical challenges are challenges evidently within us.

On this note, I sincerely thank and appreciate the Royal Chiefs, Elders, Men, Women, Youths, Leaders and critical stakeholders of the Kingdom for the sacrifices in making sure we have a united Egbema Kingdom in pursuit of a shared prosperity for sons and daughters of Egbema and the Kingdom’s physical infrastructure development.

Finally, I advise all sons and daughters of Egbema Kingdom to rejoice, live in peace and give every necessary support that will enable our King have a great reign, so our Kingdom will be great again.

Once again, Congratulations my King.




Long Live the King.

Long Live Egbema Kingdom.

Long Live Ijaw Nation.


Fin. Secretary IYC Western Zone.

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