Itsekiri Historical Front with Ogiame Atuwatse III

On the momentous Thursday of February 15th, 2024, the esteemed members of the Itsekiri Historical Front, led by the indomitable chairman, Comrade Lily-white O. Esigbone, and her esteemed vice Chairman, Comrade Gbubemi Awala, embarked on a momentous journey to pay their respects and express their deep admiration to the revered His Majesty Ogiame Atuwatse III CFR, the illustrious Olu of Warri, at the grandeur of the Olu’s Palace (Aghofen) in the heart of Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. Present at the visit were Chief Gabriel Awala (Uwangue of Warri Kingdom) and Chief Engr. Anthony Onuwaje (Oshodi of Warri Kingdom).

As the radiant sun cast its golden rays upon the hallowed grounds of the palace, the group, with hearts brimming with reverence, approached the monarch to convey their profound appreciation for his unparalleled selflessness and unwavering commitment to the growth and development of the illustrious Warri kingdom. Comrade Lily-white O. Esigbone, a beacon of strength and resilience, eloquently expressed the group’s gratitude, emphasizing His Majesty’s tireless endeavors in preserving and promoting the rich cultural heritage and traditions of the Itsekiri people.

In a display of unity and unwavering support, the members of the group, each radiating with admiration and respect, joined in to express their heartfelt appreciation to His Majesty. They pledged their unyielding support to the noble endeavors and developmental programs championed by the revered monarch, recognizing his vision and dedication to the prosperity and well-being of the Warri kingdom. The air was filled with an aura of reverence and camaraderie as each member took a moment to express their unwavering commitment to stand by His Majesty in his noble pursuit of progress and prosperity for the Itsekiri people.

The visit was a poignant testament to the enduring bond between the Itsekiri Historical Front and the esteemed Olu of Warri, a testament to the unity and solidarity that defines the rich tapestry of the Itsekiri culture. As the sun set on this historic day, the echoes of gratitude and admiration lingered in the air, symbolizing the unwavering spirit of unity and reverence that bound the members of the Itsekiri Historical Front with the revered monarch, His Majesty Ogiame Atuwatse III CFR.