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Palace Announces Transition Of Benin Monarch

The transition of the Oba of Benin, His Royal Majesty, Omon N’Oba N’Edo, Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Erediauwa to be with his ancestors was announced today by the Iyase of Benin, Chief Sam Igbe.

Pius Nsogho reports that the announcement of the transition of the Benin Monarch, which took place at the Ugha Ozolua at the palace premises witnessed the traditional breaking of white chalk in the presence of members of the royal family, enigie and notable Benin personalities.

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  1. BISHOP MONDAY OMOKARO

    The greatest and inevitable experience of life and death.From the greatest to the lower class in the society must experience death,but some of those that left a good legacy can not be compared with those who err in their life style,without contributing positvely to the development of mankind.As for me i am proud to witness the coronation of our great oba of Benin,even though i was in my early age way back 1979,then my maternal grand mother who hail from the iyawe obanosa dynasty was always taking us along during the coronation.During his reign as an oba of the great Benin kingdom,he led with the wisdom of GOD,and many community became independent.As the transition to meet with his ancestors has been announce on April 29th 2016,i am proud to say i was a witness then,i am still alive to witness another wonderful and miraculous and traditional coronation of the heir to the throne.May heavenly father gives the crown prince the wisdom to follow the creator admonition towards the great Benin kingdom,to prosper beyond measures in the mighty name of Jesus Christ,Amen! BISHOP OMOKARO “OGBESON WARD LDS CHURCH,BENIN CITY,EDO STATE,NIGERIA

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