Agadagba of Egbema kingdom rolls out familiarization visit plan to communities within his kingdom

Agadagba of Egbema kingdom rolls out familiarization visit plan to communities within his kingdom

The Agadagba of Egbema kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Pere Meshach E. Ubabiri (JP), Binipere IV, has rolled out details of his planned familiarization visit to all Egbema communities slated to commence Tuesday, June 6 to 12th June 2023.

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According to a statement made available by Palace administrator to GbaramatuVoice, the revered monarch will on the 6th June which is the first day, visit Ofunama from 10 am to 2p.m. From there, the king will proceed to Ogbinbiri community and is expected to be with his subjects till 5pm.

On Wednesday June 7, the monarch who was crowned earlier this year will visit Jamagie. The visit is expected to last from 10am to 1pm. He will in a similar style move with his entourage by 2pm to Ogbudugbudu community and stay with them till 5pm

In continuation of the exercise, the great Agadagba will on Thursday 8th land at Opuama, another prominent community within the kingdom by 10am and will stay with his people till 1pm before proceeding to Polobubor Community by 2pm where he will stay with his people till 5pm.

Similarly, the statement explained that on the 9th of june, which is the 4th day of the visit, the Agadagba who is also known as the Pere of Egbema will proceed to Abadigbene by 10 am and familiarize with them til 1pm, from where he is expected to Sunny Jero Zion by 2pm and stay till 4pm.

On the 10th of June, Abere community will by 10am play host to the traditional monarch who is expected to be with them till 1pm before moving with his entourage to Ugbolukanga by 2pm to 5pm.

On the 6th day which is the 11th June, the peoples Agadagba will call at Gbeoba by 10am and stay with them till 1pm.

On the 12th of June which is the 7th and last day of the visit, Agadagba will between 10am to 2pm visit Ajakurama. And by 6pm till dawn, there will be a live band performance in remembrance of the late Kings of the Kingdom.

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