Ozuruigbo V Funerary Monument Unveiling Ceremony
Prince Iheanyi Emenyonu Njemanze (Lineal Descendant of Ozuruigbo V of Owerri) unveils monuments in honor of his late father and Monarch of Owerri ancient Kingdom of Imo State.
In honor of the Owerri late Monarch, the Former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo GCFR in a personal letter expressed his delight and encouragement to Prince Iheanyi Njemanze for his excellence in preserving the legacy of the late Owerri Monarch who was considered a friend and a pillar of national unity.
The Funerary Monument Unveiling Ceremony was performed by Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha, HRM Eze Cletus Ilomuanya and eulogies by HRM Nnaemeka Alfred Achebe the Obi of Onitsha and Dr Mrs Kema Chikwe. The ceremony had the unveiling of monuments like a Statue in honor of the late Ozuruigbo V, unsealing of the monumental mausoleum and unveiling of Ozuruigbo V Stone Throne; a monument inspired by Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha.
The ceremony was graced with the presence of great monarchs and 1st class royal dynasty’s such as the The Obi of Onitsha His Majesty Nnaemeka Alfred Achebe, Obong of Calabar Edidem Ekpo Okon Abasi Otu V represented, Obi of Obinugwu Eze Dr. Cletus Ilomuanya, Igwe of Orlu Igwe Patrick Acholonu amongst others. Also in attendance were Statesmen, pioneer politicians and Federal High Court Judges; such as Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha (Former Speaker of the Federal House of Representatives), Hon. Henry Nwawuba, Chief Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Iwuanyawu (Ahajejemba of Ndigbo), Dr Mrs. Kema Chikwe (PDP Women Leader and Former Minister of Transport and Aviation), Prof Mrs. Viola Onwuliri (Former Minister of Foreign Affairs ), Senator Chris Anyanwu, Justice Chioma Iheme Nwosu of the Federal Court of Appeal), Justice Christiana Anwukah, Sir Stanley Ekezie, Mr Charles Anusim and other dignitaries who were all gracefully received by the Owerri Traditional Council and the Owerri Njemanze Royal family.
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