PRESIDENT BUHARI FELICITATES WITH OVIE OF AGBON KINGDOM AT 70

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President Muhammadu Buhari rejoices with His Royal Majesty, Mike Omeru, Ogurime-Rime Ukori 1, Ovie of Agbon Kingdom, as he clocks 70.

The President also joins his family, friends, the government and people of Delta State in celebrating the revered monarch as he attains the milestone.

President Buhari enjoins the successful businessman and philanthropist to continue with his exemplary commitment towards the development, unity and peace of not only his domain, but also the state and entire country.

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He wishes more divine blessings, good health and longer life for the septuagenarian royal father.

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