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Abuloma monarch presents land to INC in Rivers 

Abuloma monarch presents land to INC in Rivers 

By Usman Adamu 

The Amayanambo of Abuloma kingdom, HRH Brig. Gen. Bright Ateke Fiboinumama (rtd) JP, Etum IV, on behalf of the Abuloma people, has presented a parcel of land in a choice area of the kingdom to the Ijaw National Congress, INC, Eastern Zone, for the building of an edifice for its secretariat.

Speaking on the occasion, King Fiboinumama, after presenting the original land documents to the group, said: “This is the traditional handing over of both the land and documents. The Ijaw nation should live in peace with one another so there can be progress. I also call on the INC Eastern Zone, not to use the land for a different purpose other than building a secretariat for the INC.”

In receiving the gift, the chairman of the Eastern Zone, INC, HRH Nda Iraron, Ede Obolo 11 of Andoni kingdom, thanked the king effusively and promised that the land will be used for the purpose for which it was given.

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“This land was given to us without any demand either in private or public from us. It is a gift from God. A cornerstone has been laid and an edifice will soon be here,” he stated.

In his own response, the National Organising Secretary, INC Worldwide, Engr. Onengiyeofori Fenibo, thanked God, the Abuloma king, and the people of Abuloma for the gift explaining that: “It takes love for such to be done. It is love for the Ijaw nation that has propelled the Amayabambo to do this in a choice area. I pray God gives him long life to see the dividends of his love.”

Abuloma kingdom is the headquarters of the Ijaw National Congress, Eastern Zone made up of Rivers and Bayelsa States.

Those at the occasion included some members of the Abuloma Divisional Council of Chiefs, ADCC, and some officers of the INC.


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