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Ozah, A Great Pillar To Ogwashi-Uku Kingdom — Monarch



Ozah, A Great Pillar To Ogwashi-Uku Kingdom -- Monarch

By Ifeanyi Omenogor

The traditional ruler of Ogwashi-Uku kingdom, Obi Ifechukwude Aninshi Okonjo11 has called on the indigenes of Ogwashi-Uku kingdom not to ask for what Ogwashi-Uku would do for them but what they would do to develop the Community.

He made the call during an empowerment and remembrance program organized in memory of Lord Joseph Ndudi Ozah at Ogwashi-Uku, Delta State.

While describing Lord Joseph Ndudi Ozah, the former Isagba as a great man, he said the son, the current Isagba of Ogwashi-Uku kingdom, Dr Jude Ndudi Ozah is a great pillar to Ogwashi-Uku Community, adding that his philanthropic gestures was an evidence for all to see.

Obi Okonjo said Dr Jude Ndudi Ozah is a great helper to Ogwashi-Uku community and he is noiseless, saying that Ogwashi-Uku community would be transformed to a city if the area has five people like Chief Ozah.

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The Royal father said Ogwashi-Uku community would ever be grateful to chief Ozah, praying God to continue to protect him, his wife, Dr Yolanda Ozah and the entire family for the benefit of Ogwashi-Uku.

He lauded Dr Yolanda Ozah, wife of the Isagba for her great support and development of Ogwashi-Uku kingdom, opining that Ozah’s family have the interest of People and Ogwashi-Uku at heart.

He said with the numerous support to security by Dr Ozah that he would ensure that criminality was eliminated from Ogwashi-Uku, adding that he would not exhort people that have caused crisis in the Community, but only those that would develop the area without noise.

Earlier in his address, the Isagba of Ogwashi-Uku kingdom, Chief Jude Ndudi Ozah said the program was organized to remember his late father, the former Isagba and equally to empower the people.

He described his late father, Chief, Lord Joseph Ndudi Ozah as a great man that used to disarm armed people with bare hands.

Dr Ozah said his father protected the interest of the weak and poor because according to him, his father does not allow the rich to override  the poor, saying that he had zero tolerance for criminals and highly disciplined.

He described his wife, Dr Yolanda Ozah as a team player that was the architect of the road and other development at Ogbe-Onicha and Ogwashi-Uku in general, saying that she supported the development.

The items presented to the people by Chief Ozah and his family include fourteen vehicles, four royal agro tricycle and twenty five motor cycles and the beneficiaries were Delta State police Command, Civil Defence, Correctional centre, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency at Ogwashi-Uku and the various vigilante groups in the area.

Others who benefited from the vehicles include the Omu of Ogwashi-Uku kingdom,  and many others.

Four motor cycles out of the twenty five were presented to the Hausa and Fulani communities at Ogwashi-Uku and to others.


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