Former commissioner for Trade and Business Development in Bayelsa State, Hon. Stanley Braboke has congratulated the paramount ruler of Ogulagha Kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Elder Capt. (King) Joseph I. Timiyan (JP), Torububou 1. Agbonu, The Ebenanaowei Of Ogulagha Kingdom on his birth anniversary celebration today.
Hon. Braboke issued the congratulatory message earlier today in Yenagoa, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspaper.
Engr. Stanley expressed his happiness towards the Niger Delta revered monarch, stressing that he is happy to felicitate with Agbonu on his birth anniversary, noting that his day would be incomplete without felicitating with the King.
While extolling the leadership qualities of the traditional ruler, Braboke maintained that the ascension of King Torubobou 1 into the highly coveted royal throne of Ogulagha Kingdom has been one form of blessing to the other.
However, Braboke, one of the most outstanding commissioner in Bayelsa State during the Governor Dickson’s last administration 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.
In his words: “His Royal Majesty Sir, it is my prayer this day that the Lord Almighty shall continue to endear you with more wisdom, long life and prosperity.
“I pray also that you shall live to see the Ogulagha of your dream, may you never get tired in your quest of making Ogulagha kingdom the envy of others”.
Meanwhile, Hon. Braboke had expressed happiness towards the manner with which Ijaws across the country have been celebrating the Ogulagha paramount ruler, noting that it is a sign of his good deeds towards humanity.
It would be recalled that the revered paramount ruler of Ogulagha Kingdom in Burutu Local Government Area would be marking his royal birthday today at his palace in Obotobo 1 community.
As part of activities marking his royal birthday, king Agbonu would also be conferring chieftaincy titles to deserving sons and daughters of the Kingdom.
Meanwhile, according to reports reaching the news desk of The Liberator Newspaper indicates that the celebration cum conferment of chieftaincy titles has been postponed indefinitely.