President Buhari celebrates paramount ruler of Aba Isaac A. Ikonne Enyi 1 who is turning 91


Updated: March 7, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari has described the Paramount Ruler of Aba, Dr. Isaac A. Ikonne Enyi 1, as “reservoir of wisdom and knowledge who is a fountain of inspiration for present and future generations.’’

Congratulating the traditional ruler on his 91st birthday anniversary, President Buhari said: “I am proud and delighted to celebrate with you on this remarkable occasion of your long and eventful journey of life.’’

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According to the President, “living to 91 years of age and presiding over the affairs of your domain for 45 years is a milestone, and God has been kind for preserving you for this remarkable length of time in the service of your people.’’

The President told the paramount ruler that “you are not only the custodian of your people’s rich tradition and culture, but you are also an encyclopedia of knowledge and wisdom whose advice is highly valued by successive governments in the country.’’

 “I pray to Almighty God to protect you, grant you more wisdom, good health, and many more years on earth to continue to render service to your people and humanity at large,’’ the President added.


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