Kirike Monarch Appoints Palace Chief
A prince of the Ado Royal family of Okrika Local Government Area, Chief Anthony Fibika Opu-Ado has been appointed as Palace Chief by the Amanyanabo of Kirike, King (Air Commodore) Tamuno-Omisiki Ogube, Ogube 1, Perekune Kingoli 1, with effect from August 30, 2019.
This was contained in a statement by the Director of Media and Communication to the King, Tamuno George and made available to our correspondent in Port Harcourt.
The statement enjoined the new Palace Chief, Chief Anthony Fibika Opu-Ado, who is now 100 years old and over 60 years as a chief to bring to bear his wealth of experience to move the kingdom to an enviable height.
It further urged him to ensure cohesion, unity, co-operation and agility between the palace, the Chiefs of Kirike and indeed Kirike Kingdom.
The statement noted that as the oldest chief in Wakirike ethnic nationality, chief Opu-Ado is vast in Wakirike culture, history and tradition that would further bring peace, unity and progress to the kingdom, and wished him well in his new appointment, while calling for unalloyed support to enable him carry out his duties effectively to the glory of God and for the people.