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Olu of Warri reverses grandfather’s curse on Nigeria




The brand new Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III, has reversed a curse positioned on Nigeria by his grandfather, Ogiame Erejuwa II, following his coronation on Sunday.

Simply earlier than delivering a strong speech, the monarch worshipped the Almighty God with soulful music.

“Because the non secular, cultural, political, and conventional ruler of this land, I, Ogiame Atuwatse III, the twenty first Olu of Warri, the primary son of Olu Atuwatse II, the grandson of and direct descendant of Olu Erediuwa II who was offended on this throne, hereby, reverse the curse positioned over this land.

“In its (the curse’s) place, I launch forgiveness and therapeutic to the Federal Authorities of Nigeria whose would possibly was used to propagate that offence, and I decree unprecedented and an unusual peace, prosperity, progress, growth upon this land,” Atuwatse III mentioned.

Born as Wilson Gbesimi Emiko, the brand new Olu’s grandfather was the paramount chief of the Itsekiri and was Olu of Warri from 1951 to 1964, and from 1966 to 1986.

Though he didn’t discuss what actually transpired, Atuwatse III defined that his grandfather was livid when he visited late Akenzua II who was Oba of Benin between 1933 and 1978 to recount his ordeal.

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