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VIDEO: Hon. Ikeh asks Anambra Assembly to celebrate Igwe Orizu of Nnewi on 60 years on the throne & 98th birthday

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Igwe Kenneth Onyemaeke Nnaji Orizu of Nnewi

Hon. Augustine Ikeh has asked the Anambra State House of Assembly to celebrate Igwe Kenneth Onyemaeke Nnaji Orizu of Nnewi as he marks 60 years on the throne and clocks 98 years.

This was contained in a motion moved by Hon. Ikeh on the floor of the Assembly on Tuesday.

Hon. Augustine Ikeh

Hon. Augustine Ikeh

Speaking to DDM during a telephone interview after plenary, Ikeh said: “Today I moved a motion commending the longest serving monarch in the south-eastern Nigeria and the Life Grand Patron of the Anambra Traditional Rulers Council HRH Igwe Dr. Kenneth Onyemaeke Nnaji Orizu III JP CON Igwe Nnewi as he marks his 60 years on the throne and his 98th birthday.”

This motion was supported by Hon. Atuchukwu Chuddy Atusel and was carried by most members who took turns to narrate how Igwe Nnewi has influenced their lives.

Watch the video clip below:


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