Fri. Sep 25th, 2020

Prince Abioka Hails Aketekpe, Congratulates New Chiefs Of Gbaramatu Kingdom – The Liberator 

By Binebai Princewill

A leading Niger Delta Master of Ceremony, Prince Karenade Abioka, popularly known as Prince of talk has hailed the paramount ruler of Gbaramatu Kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Aketekpe, Agadagba, Oboro Gbaraun II for recently conferring chieftaincy titles to deserving Niger Deltans.

The musician turned MC, Abioka, the Niger Delta Prince of talk hailed the Ijaw first class king recently via a statement issued to newsmen in Sapele, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspaper.

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The leading MC particularly congratulated some of the new chiefs in Gbaramatu kingdom, stressing that their choice and subsequent conferment by the king is a welcome development to the entire Ijaw nation and humanity in general.

Prince Abioka noted that he believes in the delivering capacities of the new chiefs as they have distinguished themselves over the years in the service of humanity, adding that the conferment will be seen as a call to duty as he have no doubt that they will all deliver fully in their capacities.

Karenade had earlier praised the Gbaramatu traditional ruler for his developmental strides in the kingdom and beyond, stressing that his reign shall continue to be fruitful as Ijaws in general owes him in high esteem.

Some of the new chiefs Abioka is congratulating include Chief Comr. Sheriff Mulade, the Ibe Sorimowei of Gbaramatu Kingdom; Chief Hon Simeone Bebenimibo, the Posi- Tarewei of Gbaramatu Kingdom; Chief Mike Ota Kpenfa, the Tobudukuwei of Gbaramatu Kingdom; Chief (Cso) Ebipade Kari, the Pinadouwei of Gbaramatu Kingdom; Chief Benjamin Ekeremo, the Izon Tarewei of Gbaramatu Kingdom as well as Chief Timi Oluba, the Amadiwei of Okoi-Toru Community.

It would be recalled that the chieftaincy title conferment was recently done at the Royal Palace of the Gbaramatu King at Oporoza, traditional headquarters of the kingdom in Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State.

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