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Friday, 10 November 2017

Gov Rochas Honours Johnson Sirleaf With Chieftaincy Title "Adadiohanma" (Photos)

President of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been honoured with a Chieftaincy title of “ADA DI OHA NMA” of Imo State. 





 The Chieftaincy title was conferred on her by the Chairman of the State Council of Traditional Rulers, HRM, Eze Samuel Ohiri at the Eze Imo Palace Owerri on Thursday, November 9, 2017.


President Sirleaf had arrived Owerri through the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport where the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha received her with the wife, Nneoma Nkechi Okorocha and other Senior government functionaries, and she is in the State for a two-day visit on the invitation of the Rochas Foundation College of Africa. The Liberian President was driven straight to the Eze Imo Palace at Mbari Street Owerri where she was Conferred with the Chieftaincy title which means, “The Daughter that is good for all”.



Receiving the Chieftaincy title, Mrs. Sirleaf said she was happy to be in Imo State and noted that generally speaking Africa as a Continent and the nations that Constitute the region have not done badly in all Considerations, adding that with Education, hardwork and Unity of purpose, Africa would soon get to the Promised Land.


According to a press statement released by Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo Chief Press 
Secretary to the Governor, Mrs. Sirleaf will also deliver a lecture to Imo women on the title “Women in Politics” and will on Friday equally be honoured with Imo Merit Award and a road to be named after her, while a statue will also be unveiled in her honour and her name given a place in the Imo Hall of Fame.















19 comments:

  1. Wonderful man Okorocha.

    We have other unveilings. Please do fast and unveil them before your time is up

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  2. What's this guy driving at
    He's sure not doing this for free





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  3. Unto what levels nau? This governor don kolo finish sha. Next pls!

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  4. Ada di ro mma...no to small thing o.

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  5. Enter your comment...Chai. Ndi Imo, what is our offense bikozienu? Chai!!!

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  6. There is a special place in ♨♨😈😈 for Cockroachas. So, honoring these no good African leaders is now priority for the Government of Imo State?

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  7. Mr Okorocha, you really need Jesus Christ

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  8. Good for them... Der cup of 🍵 covfefe, after this what else? 😒😒

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  9. I know bad things don't come from God. So why did satan bedevil the Imo people with this disaster of a government? What have they done to deserve such a terrible way of governance? How much of State resources went into the jamboree? How does an average Imoite benefit from all these when the per capita is less than $1 a day.

    I weep for Nigeria!

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  10. GOD WHAT DID WE DO TO DESERVE THIS INDOLENT THWART AS OUR GOVERNOR . IMOLITES RISE UP AND REBEL AGAINST THIS PHARAOH

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  11. Na wah!
    this roachas needs Jesus....

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  12. Rochas is really going bunkers

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  13. No be small "Adadiohanma". This man is sick o. Imo state need cleansing after his tenure.

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  14. Am eager to see who is behind the American flag. Trump/ Obama/ Kim/ Speedy who!!!

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  15. Presidential ambition has made this one mad. He need their support one way or the other, I guess tgat is why he has turned the state to a gallery

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