Idjere Monarch, HRM Obukohwo Is A Bridge Builder – Eacgov Oghenesivbe….Says his reign will attract progress and development to the Kingdom.

Executive Assistant to Delta State Governor on Communications and Justice of the Peace, JP, Chief Dr Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe Esq, has congratulated the traditional ruler of Idjere Kingdom, King Monday Obukohwo Whiskey, Udurhie the First, on the occasion of his first coronation anniversary, describing him as a bridge builder.

The Eacgov goodwill message made available to newsmen in Asaba on Thursday 28th October, said the image of Idjere Kingdom has been well projected under King Whiskey, in the past one year, adding that his vast connections across ethnic nationalities and political divide will continue to attract investments and socioeconomic development to the kingdom and by extension Delta State.

“I join the good people of Delta State and Nigerians to rejoice with His Royal Majesty, Udurhie the First of Idjere Kingdom, King Monday Obukohwo Whiskey, on the occasion of his one year coronation anniversary.

“Your reign has enhanced the image of Idjere Kingdom within the past one year and still counting, due largely to his majesty’s numerous contacts and professional integrity as a seasoned Journalist, and as a king with foresight, kind heart and uncommon integrity.

“Idjere Kingdom has been attracting and hosting high ranking personalities and captains of industry in recent times, a sign of possible inflow of investments to your kingdom in the near future. This is a welcome development.

“I have no doubt in my mind that your reign shall continue to impact on your subjects positively, judging from your wealth of experience and enviable track record as one of the leading voices for good governance and socioeconomic transformation of oil bearing communities in Nigeria.

“It is my consistent prayers that God should grant you uncommon wisdom, good health, longevity and enormous resources neesed to rule your subjects without blemish, in Jesus Name,” Oghenesivbe prayed.

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