Sat. Apr 13th, 2024


The member representing Ikwuano State Constituency in the Abia State House of Assembly, Hon. Engr. Boniface Isienyi has extolled the extraordinary leadership qualities of the revered monarch of Umudikeukwu autonomous community, Oboro clan, King Ben Oriaku on his birthday anniversary celebration.

In a release made available to our correspondent by his Constituency Secretary, Pst. Monday Ironcho, the lawmaker who extended warm felicitations to the monarch, who also clocked 10 years on the royal throne, prayed for many more years of dedicated service to the people of Umudikeukwu, Ikwuano, and Abia.

The congratulatory message read, “On this auspicious occasion of your birthday anniversary, which falls on Today, March 3rd, 2024, I extend warm felicitations to Your Highness on behalf of my family, the Labour party, and the people of the Ikwuano Local Government.

Engr. James Nnadozie Uchegbuo.

“Recently, you marked your ten years of unwavering success on the throne as Dike 1. Your remarkable leadership qualities and steadfast commitment to the peace, unity, progress, and prosperity of our beloved community have earned you immense respect, making you one of the most esteemed monarchs in Ikwuano today.

“As you continue to utilize your esteemed throne to foster friendship and harmony across Ikwuano and Abia state, it is my fervent prayer that the Almighty grants you many more years of robust health, prosperity, and enduring fulfillment”.

Also extending heartfelt birthday wishes to the Royal father, the President General of Igbo Vanguard Group, IVG Engr. James Nnadozie Uchegbuo, said the anniversary calls for a joyous celebration.

The birthday prayers of the Igbo sociocultural organization made available to our correspondent also read, “Happy birthday to you my dear king. I am wishing you greater heights, good health, long life and divine peace in your family and kingdom. I am also wishing you many more blissful years to come, age with grace great Umuahian. Happy birthday anniversary celebration thanksgiving, Your Highness sir”.


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