Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Ebonyi state longest serving monarch dies at 81


His Royal Highness, Eze Israel Chibueze Agbo, the Ogaba Idu II of Izhia, in Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, is dead.

The family in conjunction with the Eze-in-council of Izhia kingdom announced the death of the monarch on Tuesday, September 1, at his Umuagaraeze palace in Ohaukwu.

Eze Chibueze Agbo, who became the Ogaba Idu II of Izhia in 1978, died on Tuesday after spending 42 years on the throne.

The first son of the late monarch, Prince Chinedu Chibueze Agbo, alongside the traditional Prime Minister of Izhia Kingdom, Chief Emmaunel Onweka, while announcing the demise of the highly respected king, disclosed that the royal father will be buried on Saturday, November 28, at his palace.


‘’On behalf of the Ogaba’s family, of Umuagaraeze Izhia,Ohaukwu local government area Ebonyi state ,I stand here to announce the death of our father, HRH Eze Chibueze Agbo, Ogaba Idu II of Izhia, today 1st September 2020. He is a former chairman Ohaukwu traditional rulers council,former chairman of Ebonyi north zone traditional rulers council and one time chairman of traditional rulers of old Abakaliki zone. He was made the traditional ruler in 1978. And he served the community for 42 years. He died at the age of 81. May his soul rest in peace,’ Prince Chinedu announced.



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