Clement Tonfawei Congratulates Ogulagha Monarch, Agbonu On 15Th Coronation Anniversary

Coastal News

Apostle Dr. Clement Tonfawei, the Chief Security Officer Of Zion Mission Worldwide. Has joined his voice to several other well wishers, to congratulate the Paramount Ruler of Ogulagha Kingdom. His Royal Majesty, Elder Captain Joseph Timiyan, Agbonu, The Ebenanawei Of Ogulagha Kingdom.

Dr. Tonfawei expresses his felicitations via a goodwill statement signed by him. Of which a copy was sent to Coastal Times News Desk, On Thursday the 12th, November, 2020.

The CSO in the statement, celebrated the Monarch on the numerous achievements, Peace, Security and Development that his reign has attracted to the Kingdom.

Tonfawei stated that, the reign of the Monarch has indeed turned the story of the entire Ogulagha kingdom Around for good.

The statement reads:

“I Apostle Dr. Clement Tonfawei, CSO of Zion Mission Worldwide. Wish to use this medium to felicitate with the people of Ogulagha Kingdom. Over the 15th year coronation anniversary of the Ebenanawei of the kingdom. His Royal Majesty, Elder Captain Joseph Timiyan, Agbonu, The Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom.

Your majesty, your divinely reign, as the Paramiunt Ruler of Ogulagha kingdom. Has indeed changed the entire narrative of the kingdom.

Your reign has not only broadened the coast of the kingdom. But has attracted immeasurable development, Peace and Security to the kingdom. Your Majesty, reign is truly a blessing to the entire people of Ogulagha Kingdom.

Your magnanimous act of kindness and show of love towards your subjects, is one that is worth emulating. As you have personally fostered the Empowerment of several sons and daughters of the kingdom.

It is on this premise, I wish to join the entire people of Ogulagha Kingdom, to celebrate you on this day.

It is my earnest prayer that, the Almighty God endow you with more wisdom, enablement and strength to lead and do more for your people. I pray that the Good Lord Continue to enlarge your coast, and shower on you many more years on the throne of your ancestors.

Once again, Congratulations to you, Agbonu. The Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom”.



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