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GLITZ, ENCOMIUM AS HRM EZE CHUKWUEMEKA ERI CONFERS CHIEFTAINCY TITLE (ADA ERI N'IDUU ERI) ON CHIEF HON. UJU EDOCHIE.





BY MADUABUCHI NWALIEJI

AGULERI, 10th Nov, 2018— It was a gathering of creme de la creme in Anambra state at both the Obu-Gad palace of His Majesty, Eze Chukwuemeka Eri,  Eze Akajiovo Igbo, the traditional ruler of Enugwu Aguleri in Anambra East LGA, Anambra State and the country home of Chief Hon Uju Ifunanya Edochie, the Special Assistant to Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State on Media and publicity.
 
At the conferment ceremony which took place at the Eze’s ancient palace, under the watchful eyes of Ndichie Enugwu Aguleri, Eze Chukwuemeka Eri explained that conferring a chieftaincy title on an indigene of Enugwu Aguleri is an indication that such a recipient has made a significant impact to the progressive community. He  therefore charged Chief Hon Uju Edochie to be prepared to contribute more towards the development of the community as according to him, "to whom much is given, much is expected". 

Eri is an ancient Igbo Kingdom, Enugwu Aguleri community will continue to uphold the rich Igbo cultural heritage and preserve it for the upcoming generations," the royal father added.

In response after receiving the title, Ada Eri expressed appreciation to Enugwu Aguleri community for the honour done to her, which she noted, would a long way  strengthen her belief that she is loved and cherished by her community as a result of her major contributions both in the past and present times.

She said she was mindful of what the honour would mean and re-assured that she would remain committed to her social contract with Ndi Enugwu Aguleri to ensure the community maintains its traditional system and cultural heritage.

Afterwards, refreshments and entertainment of people who graced the occasion including Government functionaries, monarchs, politicians, nollywood characters, individuals and groups across the state and beyond followed at her country home, Aguleri.

CONGRATULATIONS TO CHIEF HON. UJU EDOCHIE, ADA ERI N'IDUU ERI, ENUGWU AGULERI.




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