BOLOUWEI TITLE: Guwor Felicitates Funkekeme Solomon

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The Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly and National Treasurer, Conference of Speakers of State Houses of Assembly, Rt Hon Emomotimi Dennis Guwor, has congratulated the Senior Policy Adviser to the Governor, Rt Hon (Chief) Funkekeme Solomon, on his conferment with the title Bolouwei of Operemor Kingdom.

Hon Solomon, a former Deputy Speaker of the State Assembly and immediate past Senior Political Adviser to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, was honoured with the Chieftaincy title at the weekend by His Royal Majesty, Dr John Ekioemi Oweiagbe, Gbesa 1, the Pere of Operemor kingdom at Ojobo town, in Burutu local government area.

The Speaker, Rt Hon Emomotimi Guwor was among the eminent personalities that witnessed the epoch making event, put together to climax the first anniversary of the Royal Father on the throne.

The Speaker in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Nkem Nwaeke, rejoiced with Hon Solomon for yet another milestone in his service to humanity.

Guwor stated that Chief Funkekeme Solomon had proved himself a great leader in all ramifications, including politics, governance and community development, stressing that his choice as the new Bolouwei was a reward for relentless hard work and commitment.

The Speaker, however, reminded the Bolouwei that his present position in Operemor Kingdom, was not without challenges and urged him to stay focused on his drive for a better society.

Saying that the Pere of Operemor Kingdom and his subjects desired nothing but development, Guwor enjoined Chief Solomon to avail the people his wealth of experience, exposure and connections to attract prosperity to the locality.

The Speaker admonished the people of Operemor Kingdom to be at peace with one another, including their neighbours, as development could only thrive in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.

He, on behalf of his Warri South West constituents and the Delta State House of Assembly, rejoiced with the new Bolouwei and prayed God to grant him the wherewithal to succeed in his service to  Operemor Kingdom, the state  and the society at large.

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