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Sunday, 20 November 2016

Gov Fayose Conferred With 'Nwannedinamba Ndigbo' Title By Ndigbo

Ekiti State Gov Fayose has been conferred the Nwannedinamba Ndigbo(Friend of the Igbos) title by the Ohanaeze Ndigbo with the authority of His Royal Majesty, Eze Chukwumeka Eri (JP).




The governor was honoured with the title during the 2016 Igbo Cultural Day Celebration which took place at the Oluyemi Kayode Stadium, Ado-Ekiti on Saturday amidst funfair in an event that had worthy sons and daughters of the Igbos in Ekiti as well as high ranking political office holders in attendance.

Governor Fayose described Igbo people as industrious and very hard-working said his love for the Igbos remains limitless.
 






43 comments:

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    1. Please when did Igbo chiefs start wearing white Yoruba (especially Lagos) Chiefs attire with the frayed fringe? When they say you people are borrow culture people you will start making noise and complaining.

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    2. Its not a yoruba cloth oo,its called otogu.its worn by delta igbos,its either plain white,white with a coloured design,blue,red inshot it depends on the colour and style you want but its mostly white.

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  2. Congrats to himπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  3. Hmmm OK oo.I don't know people value title so much

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  4. Who is eze eri? Never heard of him and what has fayose done for igbos exactly?

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  5. Awwwwwww...
    Well deserved sir!...
    We love you too the best governor in Nigeria!...

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    1. Lol. I knew you'd love this. You know one of Fayose's son is called chukwuemeka?? That's what they call him and he warned that his mom shouldn't call him any yoruba name o lol.

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  6. Fayose is so Igbo at heart.His love GEJ explains it all. Congratulations Nwannedinamba Ndigbo.Oga dirigi na'nma onye nkem.

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    1. Are igbos and Niger Deltans the same? Na wah o.

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    2. No dear but we're cousins. Lol

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  7. Congrats sir.
    Weldone as u keep up ur good works.
    Meanwhile don't my IBO uncles and dads get Yoruba chieftaincy titles?

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  8. They are just deceiving this man. None of these men will follow or visit you at the jail house by the time your tenure end.

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  9. Stella "nwanne" doesn't mean friends ooo.

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    1. Abi na.
      Wrong interpretation.

      Congrats Gov Fayose
      Nwannedinamba

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  10. Nwannedinamba is not friend of the Igbos. It is Brother/Sister from another land.

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  11. Congrats to no nonsense man #governor FAYOSE# You deserve it .

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  12. The title means Brother of igbo from another land. Congrats chief Nwanne di na mba ndi igbo. You are now officially entitled to wear red cap.

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  13. Nwannedinamba is a brother or sister from another land or literarily means sibling ( a brother or sister) is in another land or can be found in another land .

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  14. The stupid deceiving the foolish

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  15. Aww! Nwanne madu. Well deserved title. Nwanne di Na mba indeed. God bless n keep you far from the roaring lions looking for who to devour. AmenπŸ™ Yimu at hatersπŸ™„πŸ™„

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  16. Worthless ibo titles that don't mean shit

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    1. Same way your worthless life don't mean shiiit

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    2. Your entire cursed lineage is worthless.

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  17. Man of the people, he deserve it

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  18. Fayose's attitude to Igbo's and their title is yinmu. Their eyes will soon clear when Fayose does a 360 on them.

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  19. Let him port to Igbo land nau. We don't need him. Mschewwww

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  20. Same your way your entire family's life is worthless and will continue to be worthless from generation to generation dipped in shit.

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  21. oh mmm u doing great u've changed lives and now nations too. On behalf of Nigeria thanks a lot.
    Pls don't mind critics, even Jesus was critized.
    May God bless all ur donations and reward u adequately.

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  22. Well deserved title. Chief nwanne di na mba.God bless you.

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