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*Summon Chiefs Involved In Purported Installation of Egin
By Sunday Apah
Following the purported installation of one Napoleon Egin as Agadagba-elect of Egbema Kingdom, the Egbema Traditional Councl has summoned an emergency meeting of Its members to address the issue.
In a statement issued after an emergency meeting of the Egbema Traditional Council, signed by Chief Pastor Tilikiwei, Chief Andrew Gorroh and Chief Ambassador Sule Akpasubowei, Ibe Benimowei, Ibe Telemowei and Pere Kekerewei of Egbema Kingdom respectively, said the meeting will hold at Ajakurama, Traditional headquarters of Egbema Kingdom on Sunday 23rd October, 2022 by 10am.
They called on the people of Egbema kingdom and the public to disregard the purported installation of one Napoleon Egin as Agadagba-elect of Egbema Kingdom as it did not pass through the laid down processes and procedures leading to the selection and installation of the Bini- pere, the Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom.
The traditional council in the statement, summoned Chiefs David Bubor, Joseph Owily, Smeon Igbedikuru, Daniel Agagha, William Igbiriki, Lucky Tiemo, Ebiegberi Fidisegha, Abudu Eyituoyo and others whose pictoral evidences are trending the print and electronic media space to answer and state their involvement in the purported installation of Napoleon Egin Esq.
They reiterated in the statement that “for the interest of the unsuspecting public, Egbema Kingdom has not selected anyone as Agadagba-elect let alone presenting him to the general public.
“The instrument establishing the time tested tradition and custom of the Egbema kingdom, has laid down processes and procedures leading up the selection and installation of the Bini- pere, the Agadagba of Egbema Kingdom”, it added.