Ogulagha Kingdom Traditional Council Of Chiefs Celebrates Agbonu Ahead Of Forthcoming Birth Anniversary

…Invites personalities to grace occasion on Saturday 27th of March 2021

…As King Pereama warms up to thrill dignitaries till dawn 



By Binebai Princewill 

The Ogulagha Kingdom Traditional Council of Chiefs in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State have celebrated its revered monarch His Royal Majesty, Elder (Capt) King Joseph I. Timiyan (JP), Torububor I, Agbonu, the Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom ahead of his forthcoming birth anniversary. 

King Pereama Freetown

The traditional council of chiefs  had invited prominent Nigerians, Niger Deltans, Ijaws as well as members of the general public to massively grace the birth anniversary celebration at Obotobo I community in Ogulagha Kingdom at His Royal Majesty’s  palace, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State. 

This was made known to newsmen in Warri yesterday via a statement signed by the trio of Chief William Igere- the bolouwei of Ogulagha kingdom, Chief Amb Francis Boumiebi JP, The Ogungbeinwei of Ogulagha kingdom as well as Chief Alfred Abu, the Dimienebimowei of Ogulagha kingdom, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide. 

The statement had particularly maintained that the birth anniversary celebration of King Agbonu will be taking place on Saturday 27th of March 2021 at his palace in Obotobo I community.

Meanwhile, the Ogulagha Kingdom traditional council of chiefs noted that all arrangements towards hosting as many as possible dignitaries that would be storming Obotobo I community in Ogulagha Kingdom for celebration of its King’s birth anniversary has been concluded as one of Ijaw finest musician King Pereama Freetown will be live on stage to thrill dignitaries. 

The statement asserted that beyond the expected scintillating performance of King Pereama Freetown, there are series of other side attractions that have been arranged to add colour to the birth anniversary celebration of the revered Niger Delta monarch which include wrestling, dance troupe from Sapele and others. 

The statement reads in full below:

The Ogulagha Kingdom Traditional Council of Chiefs, on behalf of the Entire Leadership Strata and Good People of Ogulagha Kingdom,

 Happily CONGRATULATE, CELEBRATE, and REJOICE with our Revered Monarch:

HIS ROYAL MAJESTY,

ELDER (CAPT) KING

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Joseph I. Timiyan, JP,

TORUBUBOR 1, AGBONU!

EBENANAOWEI OF OGULAGHA KINGDOM,

And Chairman, Delta State Ijaw Traditional Rulers Forum:

ON THE JOYFUL OCCASSION OF HIS ROYAL BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.

Your Royal Majesty,

Your Reign has attracted and brought to Ogulagha Kingdom tremendous development, peace, unity, innovation, quality leadership, and Progress!

We are grateful to God Almighty for your Life and pray Him to sustain Your Majesty many more countless years on the Throne, uphold your family, Bless the Land and People of  Ogulagha Kingdom and grant Your Majesty more uncommon wisdom to take Ogulagha Kingdom to Greater Heights.

Our Dear Royal Father,

We are proud of you and your achievements.

 Once again Congratulations on Your Glorious Birthday.

AGBONU! AGBONU!! AGBONU!!!

Long Live The King!

Signed: 

  1. Chief William Igere- the bolouwei of ogulagha kingdom 
  2. Chief Amb Francis Boumiebi JP, The ogungbeinwei of ogulagha kingdom 
  3. Chief Alfred Abu, the Dimienebimowei of ogulagha kingdom 

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