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Relief, jubilation in Arogbo-Ijaw, as retired civil servant emerges Agadagba-elect 

After 11 years of interregnum, a new traditional ruler has emerged in the Arogbo-Ijaw Kingdom.

A community leader, High Chief Z. D. Egbunu, was yesyester (April 7th) chosen to mount the throne of his forefathers.

At a well-attended general meeting of the Perebiyenmo Ruling House in Arogbo Kingdom, Ese-Odo Local Government Area of Ondo State, the former Secretary of the Ondo State Judicial Service emerged as the Agadagba-elect after keenly-contested selection process.

High Chief Z. D. Egbunu, hails from Ukpe, an ancient community in Arogbo Ijaw Kingdom and has retired from the state civil service after decades of meritorious service.

Details of the traditional and official rites shall be made public in due course, according to sources from the community.

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