Friday, May 21, 2021

Warri South Council Boss pays Condolence Visit to the Regent of Warri Kingdom

Warri South Council Boss pays Condolence Visit to the Regent of Warri Kingdom

  The Regent of Warri Kingdom, Prince Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh(4th left), & some notable Palace Chiefs in a group photograph with Hon. Dr. Michael Tidi, & his team. 


Following the official announcement of the demise of His Majesty, Ogiame Ikenwoli, the Olu of Warri, the  Executive Chairman of Warri South Council, Hon. Dr. Michael Ejueyitsi Tidi and his vibrant team has formally paid a condolence visit to the Regent of Warri Kingdom, Prince Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh, the Ginuwa 1 Ruling House and the entire Itsekiri nation today May 21, 2021 at the Olu's Palace, Warri.

Warri South Council Legislative Arm, led by the Executive Chairman, Hon. Dr. Michael Tidi during the Condolence visit.


Speaking at the brief ceremony,  Warri South Council Boss, Hon. Dr. Michael Tidi expressed his  condolence to the Regent(Olori-Ebi), the Ginuwa 1 Ruling house and the Itsekiri Nation for the painful demise of the First Class Monarch, saying that the Warri South Council deeply join them in this mourning period. 


The Warri South Council Chairman who was accompanied by his Vice, Hon. (Chief) Mrs. Divine Iniovosa, Warri South Secretary and Councilors said that he is consoled with the choice of the Olu Designate, Omoba Tsola Emiko by the Itsekiri people. 

The Regent of Warri Kingdom, Prince Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh, & some members of the Ginuwa 1 Ruling House in a group photograph with Executive Chairman of Warri South Council, Hon. Dr. Michael Tidi & his team. 


Responding, the Olori-Ebi of Warri Kingdom, Prince Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh, thanked Dr. Tidi and his entourage for such a timely visit and prayed to God for a successful tenure, saying that the Palace will continue to work in synergy with the Council at all times.

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