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Suspended Enogie appeals to Benin Monarch for audience over alleged offences

The suspended Enogie of Evbuomoma village situated on kilometer Nine, Sapele Road, Kilometer Three, By-pass, Benin City, Stephen Avenbuan Ohangbon has appealed to the Oba of Benin, His Royal Majesty Omo N’Oba N’ Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare the Second to invite him and the palace Chiefs sent to settle the boundary dispute between Evbuomoma and Okearoma village on Thursday, September Fourteen, 2017 to enumerate the offence leveled against the suspended Enogie of Evbouomoma village.

A statement by the suspended Enogie of Evbouomoma village, Stephen Avenbuan Ohangbon says if the Oba grants the permission, the suspended Enogie will have the chance to respond and explain himself in respect of the allegations that led to his suspension.

The statement explains that palace Chiefs are Ohen-Igie Nogbeson, Omo-Osagie Utete Negiabi, Chief Izuwakor and others.

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