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Operemor kingship: Ndoni seeks support for Chief Ekioemi

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•Warns against manipulation

Ojobo Community youth leader, Comrade Timpre Ndoni has called for support for Chief Ekioemi Oweiagbe John to be selected or elected as king in Operemor kingdom in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State.

The activist who called for support for Chief Ekioemi, equally warned against manipulation in the process of the selection of a new king in the kingdom.

The statement reads: “I call on the Operemor council of chiefs in Burutu Local Government Area to avoid bias in their selection process of a new king in the kingdom. I advise due process should be followed and someone who will deliver the kingdom to the nearest future be selected or elected as king.

“The people’s desire are there. Some things take time to get some sleep. You know what happens at the drive-in: have enough– maybe the guy was coming session sunset Bay under checking—which is normal admission should not be upturned so that every qualified candidate be given a level playing ground to test their popularities.

Ndoni also appealed to the eleven communities which made up the Kingdom to be watchful and ensure they vote the right person to the kingship stool of the kingdom.

“Our forefathers speak in parable and I quote, “‘the good palm fruit is known by its colour.”‘

“I present Chief Ekioemi, being a philanthropist and a man who understands the development of human resources.”

However, he appealed to the people and council of chiefs in Operemo Kingdom to consider Chief Ekioemi Oweiagbe John as king to succeed the throne, arguing that Chief Ekioemi’s reign would attract meaningful development to the kingdom having been exposed and educated.

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