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Monarch of Seimbiri Kingdom, HRM Dr. Charles Ayemi-Botu (JP), OFR


Seimbiri: Okowa, Dickson, Ibori, Ikpea, Others For King Ayemi-Botu’s Silver Jubilee Anniversary

Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa and his Bayelsa State counterpart, Chief Seriake Dickson are expected in Okpokunou Town in Burutu Local Government Area this Saturday 27 April 2019, for the silver Jubilee coronation anniversary and Lunching of the Biography of the Paramount Ruler of Seimbiri Kingdom, King Charles Ayemi-Botu, JP, OFR, aka “Lion Of The Niger”.

L-R: Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, Governor Seriake Dickson and Chief James Ibori

The ceremony to be chaired by former Governor James Ibori and High Chief Leemon Ikpea, Chairman, Lee Engineering and Construction Company limited as book presenter and Chief launcher is scheduled to begin at 10:00am.

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A statement from the palace of Seimbiri kingdom, signed by Chief Paul Evwierhoma, Chairman, Planning Committee and Chief Dominic Enaretimi, Secretary-General of the traditional council, named Most Rev. Hyacinth Egbebo, MSP, Catholic Bishop of Bomadi Diocese as the Spiritual Father of the Day, while all Traditional Rulers present at the ceremony are royal fathers of the day.

Most Rev Hyacinth Egbebo, MSP, Catholic Bishop of Bomadi Diocese

The statement adds that there will be conferment of chieftaincy titles and paying of homages to the Seimbiri monarch on Friday as part of activities marking the silver jubilee coronation anniversary.

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It enjoined the general public to be a part of the epoch making events.

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