Mburubu Kingdom Announces Burial Date for Southeast’s Oldest Serving Monarch

Mburubu Kingdom Announces Burial Date for Southeast’s Oldest Serving Monarch

  • Family has announced the burial date for Igwe Emmanuel Mmuonyelu Ogbuzulu Eze JP, Igwe Ozulumba 1 of Mburubu Kingdom
  • The funeral rites of the monarch who is adjudged to be the longest serving monarch in South East Nigeria will start on April 12
  • He reigned for 53 years, beginning from 1968 when he was crowned the Igwe of Mburubu in Enugu state

The royal family of Mburubu community in Enugu state has announced the burial date of the Igwe, His Royal Majesty, Igwe Emmanuel Mmuonyelu Ogbuzulu Eze JP, Igwe Ozulumba 1.

According to information from Prince Lawrence Ozoemena Ezeh, the Igwe will begin his final journey on April 21.

Mburubu Kingdom announces burial date for Igwe Ozulumba
Mburubu community has announced the burial date of the Igwe Ozulumba 1. Photo: ThankGod Ofoelue
Source: UGC

He will be buried according to the rites and customs of Mburubu people in the community.

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In another report, Legit.ng reports that the chairman, Imo state council of traditional rulers, Eze Samuel Agunwa Ohiri, has manufactured a five-minute coronavirus testing kit.

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Ohiri an American-trained medical scientist told Daily Sun that the feat was achieved in his medical factory located at Obi-Orodo in Mbaitoli local government area of the state. According to the respected monarch, the kit took him about two months to manufacture.

His words:

“We worked very hard to develop the test kit since early March 2020; we are glad its a success.”

Ohiri explained that the test kit is not only synonymous with its quick response test but also has active radiant to detect antibodies to COVID-19 in human blood samples. He further stated that the test kit does not require any special equipment, adding that it can be performed in hospitals, clinics and laboratories.

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The monarch then assured that his kit would be supplied at cheap rates to various hospitals, clinics and laboratories as soon as it has been validated by appropriate authorities.

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Also, Eze Ignatius Asor, the traditional ruler of Obudi Agwa autonomous community in Oguta local government area of Imo state, has alleged that 88 bullets were recovered from a herdsman caught in the community.

Vanguard reports that the monarch said the herdsman noted there were 100 pieces of bullets in his sack but he added that 88 bullets were later found after counting.

Source: Legit.ng

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