- Ahead of his coronation as the Olu of Warri Kingdom, Omoba Tsola Emiko has bought himself two exotic cars to make the event colourful
- The Olu-designate reportedly bought two brand new cars, a Rolls-Royce and Bentley 2021 model
- The much-awaited coronation ceremony is scheduled to hold on Saturday, August 21, at Ode-Itsekiri in Warri South LGA
It was gathered that the Olu-designate would ride from his seclusion to Warri Club in the Rolls-Royce on the day of his coronation.
Governor Okowa condoles Itsekiris over demise of Olu of Warri
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta on Thursday, April 22, condoled with the Itsekiri people in the state on the passing of their monarch, Ogiame Ikenwoli, the Olu of Warri.
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Okowa told members of Olu of Warri Advisory Council who visited him at Government House, Asaba, that the departed Olu was an epitome of peace who built bridges across ethnic divides in the country.
The governor also congratulated the Olu-designate, Prince Tsola Emiko, on his emergence and called on the Itsekiri people to give him their full support.
Delta state government completes traditional rulers building
Delta state government on Wednesday, March 17 said the Traditional Rulers' Council building in Asaba had been completed and was ready for inauguration.
The commissioner for housing, Chief Festus Ochonogor, made this known while conducting newsmen round some projects in Asaba, the state capital.
Ochonogor, who was in company with his information counterpart, Charles Aniagwu, did not, however, reveal the date the project would be inaugurated but said it would be soon.
He said the gigantic traditional rulers' council secretariat was a deliberate effort to provide the royal fathers a world-class meeting point to contribute to advancing a stronger Delta vision and also build a bridge of peace in their domains.