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Only God makes Kings – Eze Njoku

A renowned Traditional Ruler in Imo State, HRH Eze Edward  Ahumara Ezeama  Njoku, the Enyi 1 of Umuenyi Autonomous Community in Isiala Mbano Local government Area has stated that it is only by divine providence that one becomes a king and not by human making.

HRH Eze  Njoku who is the Chief Executive Officer, Eddy Brown Electronics  stated this on weekend when the Mbano Journalists Association paid him a courtesy visit in his office Owerri.

The first class Ranking Traditional Ruler who narrated his sojourned in life and also advised the younger generation to be patient, saying that life is a stage.

The member knight of Saint Christopher of the Anglican Communion explained that he started as an apprentice, served his brother for about 10 years before venturing into the sale of home appliances.

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Eze Njoku maintained that he is proud to be a trader as he has made great impact in that line of business.

The former chairman of Isiala Mbano Council of Traditional ruler informed the press that he yielded to the call from his community to become the Traditional Ruler in 2003 to make a positive impact in the society

He recalled that in his 17 years on throne as a Traditional Ruler, he has held several positions both in the zone and at state level.

According to him, ” after my position as the Chairman Isiala Mbano Council of Traditional Rulers, I became the Chairman Okigwe Zone Council of Traditional rulers and later member Imo State council of Traditional rulers, ” as God may have it I was appointed by the former Governor of the state Sir Ikedi Ohakim the first Deputy Chairman of Imo State Council of traditional rulers” he stated.

The graduate of Public Administration further called on the people of Mbano nation and Okigwe zone in general, to have a unity of purpose in their pursuit just as he added that infighting among the leaders could not lead the zone anywhere. He also urged them to always speak with one voice for the interest of the zone in general.

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