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VICE PRESIDENT OSINBAJO AND MUSLIMS VISIT THE OBA OF BENIN.

 

 

VICE PRESIDENT OSINBAJO AND MUSLIMS VISIT THE OBA OF BENIN

By: Desmond Agbama, CPS to Oba of Benin

 

Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo as part of activities to mark his official visit to Edo State paid a courtesy visit to His Royal Majesty, Ewuare II, Oba of Benin in his Palace.

Some traditional groups including the Emehe, Isikhuen and Ewuwuagba were on ground to entertain the Omo N’Oba and his guests.

The Vice President was accompanied by Governor, Godwin Obaseki, his deputy, Hon. Comrade Philip Shaibu, the former governor of Edo State, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, Secretary to Edo State Government, Barr. Osarodion Ogie, APC Leaders and civil commissioners.

The visit of the Vice President later went into close door.

His Royal Majesty also received the Muslims community in Benin City led by the Chief Imam Alhaji Edosomwan, who informed the Oba of Benin that they were in the Palace as usual to pray having successfully completed their Ramadan fasting.

Alhaji Edosomwan said it was traditional for them to come to the Palace to celebrate with the Oba, pointing out that this year’s celebration is unique because it coincides with their usual Friday Jumat service.

The Muslim cleric later offered prayers for good health, long life and prosperity for the Omo N’Oba, members of the Royal family, Chiefs and the entire people of Benin Kingdom.

His Royal Majesty, Ewuare II thanked them for their visit and prayers, and advised them to allow peace, unity and progress reign in their midst.

The Oba of Benin urged them to always pray for the nation’s leader and for peace and progress of the land.

 

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OBA OF BENIN CHARGES TRADITIONAL RULERS NOT TO BE PARTISAN

 

OBA OF BENIN CHARGES TRADITIONAL RULERS NOT TO BE PARTISAN 

By: Desmond Agbama, CPS to Oba of Benin

His Royal Majesty, Ewuare II, Oba of Benin has advised traditional rulers to distant themselves from partisan politics.

Omo N’Oba who gave the advice when he received the Ojuromi of Uromi, ZaikiAnslemAidonojie II who was in the Oba Palace on a thank you visit, said all politicians should be given a level playing ground.

His Royal Majesty said what the traditional rulers should be doing is to pray for God to give us a leader that will respect traditional rulers, develop the state and uplift the living standard of the people.

The Benin Monarch says those who fought against godfatherismin the past should also do well to fight godfatherismin politics so that people would have opportunity to contest for various positions.

While congratulating the Ojuromi of Uromi for his re-instatement, the Oba of Benin commended sons and daughters of Uromi for supporting him to see that he was re-instated by Edo State Government.

The Omo N’Oba advised him to always avoid such incidence that led to his suspension in future by always consulting the Palace or any other higher authority.

Earlier, the Ojuromi of Uromi, ZaikiAnslemAidonojie II said he was in the Palace to thank the Oba of Benin for the fatherly role he played to ensure his re-instatement as Onojie of Uromi.

He said the love exhibited by the Oba shows that he is father to all. Consequently, the Onojie of Uromi pledged his loyalty to the Oba of Benin, and promised to always support the activities of the Palace.

The event later shifted to the outside, where His Royal Majesty, Oba Ewuare II in company of Palace Chiefs and his guests watched the acrobatic display by EsanIgbabonelimi which came to entertain the Omo N’Oba and the Onojie of Uromi.

 

 

ROYAL ACCOLADE FOR PRINCE IGBINIDU EWUARE FOR ACHIEVING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

It has been asserted that any child that bring honour to his or her parents deserve a resounding accolade.

That was what played out in the Oba Palace when Prince Igbinidu Ewuare the third son of His Royal Majesty, Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, EwuareII formally presented his certificates of academic achievements to his royal father.

The Omo N’Oba said Prince Igbinidu having made such remarkable and enviable achievements in primary education which started in the Kingdom of Sweden and secondary and tertiary education in the United Kingdom, deserves to be celebrated for being a worthy and veritable conduit of honour and pride.

Prince Igbinidu Ewuare had obtained a Bachelor’s degree, two Masters degrees and a specialized certificate in Business Entrepreneurship and Management from various leading University in the United Kingdom, including the famous University of Reading.

The eldest child of Oba Ewuare II Princess Barr. (Mrs.) Ikuoyemwen Ewuare Aimiuwu took time to introduce the various degrees and certificates, while Prince Igbinidu Ewuare personally presented them to his father amidst cheers and excitement.

During the presentation, Princess Barr. (Mrs.) Ikuoyemwen Ewuare Aimiuwu thanked His Royal Majesty for given them the opportunity to study abroad to obtain quality education. She said it is not out of place to commend Oba Ewuare II being their anchor and source of achievement

She also appreciated the Omo N’Oba for the advice, and encouragement as well as for the financial, spiritual and psychological supports throughout their course of study.

His Royal Majesty apparently elated and impressed by the academic achievements of Prince Igbinidu Ewuare promised to organize a reception in his honour and prayed to God and the great Royal Ancestors for the success of PrinceIgbinidu in his life endeavor.

The certificate presentation was witnessed by array of Palace Chiefs, Onojie of Uromi and his entourage as well as a business magnate, Captain HosaOkunbo.

 

Desmond Agbama

Chief Press Secretary

To Oba of Benin

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OBA OF BENIN CALLS FOR A PEACEFUL 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS

 

OBA OF BENIN CALLS FOR A PEACEFUL 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS

By: Desmond Agbama, CPS to Oba of Benin

His Royal Majesty Ewuare II, the Oba of Benin has told the Senate President that the traditional rulers in Benin Kingdom are uncomfortable and worried about the crisis in the National Assembly.

The Benin Monarch who stated this when Senator BukolaSaraki paid him a courtesy visit in his Palace said the people expect more from the Federal legislators, and urged the Senate President to use his good offices to ensure peace and order in the National Assembly.

The Omo N’Oba advised the Senate President to ensure that both the executive and legislature work together to bring the desired dividend of democracy to the people.

The Oba of Benin also called on political leaders to ensure that the 2019 general election is free, fair and peaceful, pointing out that whoever losses should regard it as victory for democracy, instead of promoting violence in the polity.

Oba Ewuare II said corruption and other crimes should be tackled from every angle in order to reduce it to the barest minimum.

The Omo N’Oba said the issue of restructuring should not be allowed to heat up the system, adding that it should be handled with caution and should not be taken to the height of conflict, as the country was more important than any other issues.

The Oba of Benin reminded the senate President that the crown was not partisan, and that traditional rulers would continue to pray for God and the ancestors to provide the best leaders for the country, pointing out that the Palace would continue to provide a level playing ground for all politicians irrespective of political party.

Earlier, the Senate President, Dr.BukolaSaraki told His Royal Majesty that he was in Benin City to meet with members of the Peoples Democracy Party (PDP) regarding his presidential ambition, and considered it very important to visit the Palace of the Oba of Benin to inform the Oba of his ambition as well as seek Royal blessings.

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ROYAL COMMENDATION FOR PRINCESS BARR. (MRS.) IKUOYEMWEN EWUARE AIMIUWU

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ROYAL COMMENDATION FOR PRINCESS BARR. (MRS.)

IKUOYEMWEN EWUARE AIMIUWU

By: Desmond Agbama, CPS to Oba of Benin

 

The joy of every parent usually know no bound when their children begin to excel in every field of human endeavour.

That was the case when the eldest daughter of His Royal Majesty, Oba Ewuare II, Princess Barr. (Mrs.) Ikuoyemwen Ewuare Aimiuwu came to pay thank you visit to her father after her inauguration by Governor Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki as a member representing Edo South Senatorial District in the Edo State Oil and Gas Producing Development Commission (EDSOPADEC).

The Oba of Benin who expressed gratitude to God and the ancestors for the appointment said Princess Barr. (Mrs.) Ikuoyemwen Ewuare Aimiuwu was nominated by Governor Obaseki on her personal merit, pointing out that Princess Barr. (Mrs.) Ikuoyemwen Ewuare Aimiuwu specialises in petroleum exploration law and has served with some private firms in the oil and gas industry.

The Omo N’Oba pray for God and the Ancestors to grant her good health, peace and success in the new position.

Earlier, Princess Barr. (Mrs.) Ikuoyemwen Ewuare Aimiuwu who could not hide her joy thanked His Royal Majesty for always been there for her and her siblings, adding that the advice and guidance received from his father have been working for her in so many areas.

She described His Royal Majesty as her role model and who has never led her astray, and promised to always make his father proud.

The Oba of Benin also received the President and members of the Catholic Women Organisation, Edo State with a charge to the women to always pray for the peace, progress and betterment of the Kingdom.

Oba Ewuare II said the Palace would always identify with the Catholic Women Organisation in the state in order for them to achieve success in whatever they have set out to do.

The President of the Catholic Women Organisation, Edo State, Lady Gloria NgoziAnaedo had commended the Oba of Benin for helping to stamp out the activities of community development association and human trafficking, pointing out that peace has been achieved, while the dignity of women has been restored.

She called on the people to synergise with the Palace in order to tackle the problem posed by human trafficking in the society, assuring that as women organisation they will cooperate with the Palace to eradicate the social menace.

Lady Anaedo while commending the Omo N’Oba for his assistance to the Libya returnees, used the opportunity to request for a parcel of land for farming and other purposes.

 

 

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Palace News (Courtesy Visit Of Seaman, Edo In Diaspora and NDCP)

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PALACE NEWS

                        Omo N’Oba N’Edo, Uku Akpolokpolo, Ewuare II, Oba of Benin has urged the Managing Director of Grand Oak’s Limited, makers of Seaman Schnapps drink, Mr.Fatai Odesile on the need to sustaining cultural values and beliefs.
The Oba of Benin made this remark when the Managing Director, Mr.Fatai Odesile and his team paid a courtesy visit to His Royal Majesty, Oba Ewuare II, Oba of Benin in his Palace in Benin City.
Oba Ewuare II urged the Managing Director, Mr.Odesile to be more committed to culture and tradition as well as sustaining it because his brand is the original prayer drink that has affinity with the celebration of culture and tradition.
Oba Ewuare II pointed out that it is not just during Igue Festival that prayers are offered to God and the Ancestors but at all times.
He equally urged the Managing Director to encourage corporate bodies to be more active in cultural activities using Seaman Schnapps drink for prayers and supplication to God and the Ancestors.
The Oba of Benin enjoined the Managing Director of Seaman Schnapps to also promote the culture and tradition of Benin Kingdom on daily basis just the way they promote their products.
The Omo N’Oba requests the management of Seaman to open up job opportunities for unemployed youths.
The Managing Director, Mr.Fatai Odesile informed His Royal Majesty that they were in the Palace to round off their campaign for a rebirth of the culture of traditional prayers using the Seaman Schnapps, because Benin Kingdom is foremost in culture and tradition.
Mr.Odesile assured the Oba that Seaman will continue to promote, support and propagate the usual Igue Festival and other festivals in Benin Kingdom.
Mr.Odesile used the opportunity to solicit for Royal blessings for peace, progress and prosperity.
In another development, the Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II has charged the Binis in Diaspora to speak Benin language wherever they are.
The Oba of Benin gave the Charge when the Chairman of National Democratic Congress Party (NDCP), Mr. Charles Osuyi Idehen paid him a courtesy call in the Palace.
The Omo N’Oba told his guests that they can contribute their quota as private sector, rather than going into politics, and called on Edos in diaspora to influence the establishment of industries in the state to engage the people.
The Benin Monarch however said that the Palace is not partisan and wished the Chairman and members of the National Democratic Party well in their endeavour.
Earlier, the Chairman of NDCP, Mr. Charles Osuyi Idehen said they were in the Palace to introduce themselves and the party to the Oba of Benin and solicited for Royal blessings.
Also, the Edo in Diaspora Organisation led by Barr. Efosa Ogieriakhi was also in the Palace to unveil their organisation’s plans to contribute to the development of Edo State in the areas of skill acquisition, agriculture, youth and women empowerment, as well as establishment of Smart City in the state.
Oba Ewuare II commended them for their effort to join government to provide skill acquisition and job creation.
The Oba of Benin however urged them to also consider the establishment of agro-allied industries in the state to provide jobs for unemployed youths.

Desmond Agbama
Chief Press Secretary
To Oba of Benin

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