President Buhari congratulates paramount ruler of Eleme, Egbere Emere Okori Eleme Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 28, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with the Paramount Ruler of Okori Eleme, His Highness, Egbere Emere Okori Eleme, on his 5oth birthday anniversary, January 15, 2020.

In a letter dated 30th December, 2019 to the Paramount Ruler in Rivers State, the President said:

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“I am pleased to extend my heartfelt congratulations to you on the forthcoming occasion.

“As your highness attains the golden age of 50, I rejoice with you and join the Royal Family, Okori Eleme Kingdom and the people of Rivers State to celebrate and thank God for a life of achievement, particularly in the service of your people and Community Development.

“While I pray for God’s protection and prosperity of the kingdom and people of Eleme under your leadership, I also wish Your Highness long life and continued good health.

“Once again, congratulations and Happy Birthday!’’

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