Stella Dimoko Delta Speaker Praises Ohworode Of Olomu


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Monday, January 16, 2017

Delta Speaker Praises Ohworode Of Olomu

The Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Monday Igbuya, on Sunday described the Ohworode of Olomu Kingdom, Ogoni- Oghoro 1, as an easy-going leader, friendly and effortlessly charming.

He also expressed his admiration for His Majesty’s leadership style, commitment to peace and high sense of patriotism.

In a congratulatory message to His Royal Majesty on the occasion of his 100th birthday and 29th anniversary of his ascension to the throne, Igbuya extolled the monarch’s exemplary dedication to service.

“Ohworode of Olomu Kingdom, HRM Ovie Richard Layeguen Ogbon, Ogoni- Oghoro 1, JP, OON remains the measurement of positive leadership, courage, accountability and performance in the country” he said.

He also commended the oldest reigning king in the state for preserving and celebrating the culture and tradition of Urhobo, mobilizing Urhobo communities for developmental purposes and socializing the people.

Igbuya who acknowledged the erudition, modesty and charisma of the Ohworode of Olomu Kingdom commended him for responding to the needs of the people with understanding regardless of their appearance, reputation or mood.

He praised him for using his intellectual endowment for the boosting of community development and advancement of his people.

“I wish Your Majesty good health and happiness. I also wish the good people of Olomu kingdom peace, progress and prosperity” the message ended.


  1. Shuo Stella, how this one come take be news na? After all these years,Igbuya never still retire from politics........ I remember years ago when his career started in Sapele.

  2. @anon 06:47 how is it not news? By the way I tepresent Olomu kingdom and loving it. Go do a bit of history you will be glad to know how rich the Olomu heritage is,we are direct descendants of the Benin kingdom but we have one of the purest,sexiest and sound Urhobo language still in existence. Long live our king papa Ogbon.

  3. Wow.....
    I can't forget Olomu in a hurry....
    Okpe-Olomu to be precise,where I served my fathers land!
    Sunflies show me and my boo pepper..

  4. The Olomu kingdom is where some of Nigeria's most silent billionaires are from. e.g the Ibrus are maternally from Olomu.


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