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Ubabiri officially assumed throne as Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom 

By Gabriel Elozino

HRM Meshack Eseighotiegha Ubabiri, Bini has officially assumed the throne of Egbema Kingdom in Warri North local government area of Delta State and Ovia South West and Ikpoba-Okha local government areas of Edo state as the Bini Pere IV, Agadagba.

His instalment followed the completion of his traditional rites by the people of the kingdom.

The installation ceremony which was held at Ajakurama town on November 23, 2022, was done by the Senior Priest, High Chief Godwin Namu and Chairman of Egbema traditional Council of chiefs, Chief Tax Egbaibor.

In his speech during the ceremony, HRM Meshack Eseighotiegha Ubabiri, Bini Pere IV, Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom, expressed appreciation to God who lifted him out of the unknown valley to the exalted ancient throne of his forefathers, as the Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom.

He implored everyone in the kingdom to join hands with him to move the ancient kingdom to enviable heights in the committee of kingdoms and shall take advantage of the kingdom being spread in two states of Edo and Delta as a result of boundary adjustment whereby we are unfortunately balkanized into two states of Edo and Delta, using the River to divide us into three local governments of Ovia South West, Ikpoba-Okha and Warri North LGAs respectively.

“I will work with the governments to return our past glory and chart a new understanding for prosperity and
development unprecedented in our kingdom. I assure you that as we embark on this journey of progress, peace and development, we shall abide by the rule of law as a true kingdom under God Almighty.

UbabiriHe extend hands of brotherhood and graciousness to Mr Napoleon Egin to freely come to him and make peace, as a king cannot harbour grudge against, his subject but he is ready to cleanse him of the sacrilege he was lured to commit against the time tested tradition and culture of Egbema kingdom.

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The monarch thanked embers of the Regency Council for their great Services to the Kingdom, the Egbema Leaders of Thought, led by Elder Edmund E. Doyah-Tiemo, and the Ogbudugbudu Ruling House, for their resilience and the acts of sportsmanship exhibited by his co-contenders knowing fully well that it is a brotherly contest in which only one person would become king from the ruling house, even if they were a million.

He confirmed the appointments of Chief Tax Agbaibor as the Chairman of Egbema Traditional Council of Chiefs, having performed the act of the Torl-puwei of the kingdom and Chief Cyrus Oloupele as the Secretary of the Traditional Council of Chiefs, the Funpuwei of the Kingdom and Akin German, the Perekorewei, having performed the act of Perekorewei.HRM Meshack Eseighotiegha Ubabiri, Bini has officially assumed the throne of Egbema Kingdom in Warri North local government area of Delta State and Ovia South West and Ikpoba-Okha local government areas of Edo state as the Bini Pere IV, Agadagba.

His instalment followed the completion of his traditional rites by the people of the kingdom.

The installation ceremony which was held at Ajakurama town on November 23, 2022, was done by the Senior Priest, High Chief Godwin Namu and Chairman of Egbema traditional Council of chiefs, Chief Tax Egbaibor.

In his speech during the ceremony, HRM Meshack Eseighotiegha Ubabiri, Bini Pere IV, Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom, expressed appreciation to God who lifted him out of the unknown valley to the exalted ancient throne of his forefathers, as the Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom.

He implored everyone in the kingdom to join hands with him to move the ancient kingdom to enviable heights in the committee of kingdoms and shall take advantage of the kingdom being spread in two states of Edo and Delta as a result of boundary adjustment whereby we are unfortunately balkanized into two states of Edo and Delta, using the River to divide us into three local governments of Ovia South West, Ikpoba-Okha and Warri North LGAs respectively.

“I will work with the governments to return our past glory and chart a new understanding for prosperity and
development unprecedented in our kingdom. I assure you that as we embark on this journey of progress, peace and development, we shall abide by the rule of law as a true kingdom under God Almighty.

He extend hands of brotherhood and graciousness to Mr Napoleon Egin to freely come to him and make peace, as a king cannot harbour grudge against, his subject but he is ready to cleanse him of the sacrilege he was lured to commit against the time tested tradition and culture of Egbema kingdom.

The monarch thanked embers of the Regency Council for their great Services to the Kingdom, the Egbema Leaders of Thought, led by Elder Edmund E. Doyah-Tiemo, and the Ogbudugbudu Ruling House, for their resilience and the acts of sportsmanship exhibited by his co-contenders knowing fully well that it is a brotherly contest in which only one person would become king from the ruling house, even if they were a million.

He confirmed the appointments of Chief Tax Agbaibor as the Chairman of Egbema Traditional Council of Chiefs, having performed the act of the Torl-puwei of the kingdom and Chief Cyrus Oloupele as the Secretary of the Traditional Council of Chiefs, the Funpuwei of the Kingdom and Akin German, the Perekorewei, having performed the act of Perekorewei.HRM Meshack Eseighotiegha Ubabiri, Bini has officially assumed the throne of Egbema Kingdom in Warri North local government area of Delta State and Ovia South West and Ikpoba-Okha local government areas of Edo state as the Bini Pere IV, Agadagba.

His instalment followed the completion of his traditional rites by the people of the kingdom.

The installation ceremony which was held at Ajakurama town on November 23, 2022, was done by the Senior Priest, High Chief Godwin Namu and Chairman of Egbema traditional Council of chiefs, Chief Tax Egbaibor.

In his speech during the ceremony, HRM Meshack Eseighotiegha Ubabiri, Bini Pere IV, Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom, expressed appreciation to God who lifted him out of the unknown valley to the exalted ancient throne of his forefathers, as the Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom.

He implored everyone in the kingdom to join hands with him to move the ancient kingdom to enviable heights in the committee of kingdoms and shall take advantage of the kingdom being spread in two states of Edo and Delta as a result of boundary adjustment whereby we are unfortunately balkanized into two states of Edo and Delta, using the River to divide us into three local governments of Ovia South West, Ikpoba-Okha and Warri North LGAs respectively.

“I will work with the governments to return our past glory and chart a new understanding for prosperity and
development unprecedented in our kingdom. I assure you that as we embark on this journey of progress, peace and development, we shall abide by the rule of law as a true kingdom under God Almighty.

He extend hands of brotherhood and graciousness to Mr Napoleon Egin to freely come to him and make peace, as a king cannot harbour grudge against, his subject but he is ready to cleanse him of the sacrilege he was lured to commit against the time tested tradition and culture of Egbema kingdom.

The monarch thanked embers of the Regency Council for their great Services to the Kingdom, the Egbema Leaders of Thought, led by Elder Edmund E. Doyah-Tiemo, and the Ogbudugbudu Ruling House, for their resilience and the acts of sportsmanship exhibited by his co-contenders knowing fully well that it is a brotherly contest in which only one person would become king from the ruling house, even if they were a million.

He confirmed the appointments of Chief Tax Agbaibor as the Chairman of Egbema Traditional Council of Chiefs, having performed the act of the Torl-puwei of the kingdom and Chief Cyrus Oloupele as the Secretary of the Traditional Council of Chiefs, the Funpuwei of the Kingdom and Akin German, the Perekorewei, having performed the act of Perekorewei.

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