A few weeks ago, the royal family of Ogba kingdom lost three of its Princesses, who died within a month. They were Princess (Mrs.) Agnes Ojobah, nee Obuoha Obi, Princess (Mrs.) Ureh Ogidi, nee Obi, Oba’s daughter and Mrs. Kazair Clinton Nwobie, nee Okereke, sister in law to the monarch.
The late threesomes were students and workers and good friends of the Federal College of Education (Technical) FCE), Omoku before their demise.
The health condition of the well-respected First Class traditional ruler, His Eminence, Eze, Oba of Ogba Kingdom, Chukumela Nnam Obi II, wavered as he was said to have suffered partial cardiac arrest and was flown to India for treatment. He quickly recovered leading to rumour that he had passed on as he was absent from his kingdom for many months while undergoing medical tourism in India. It was gathered that he returned prior to the outbreak of Coronavirus and lockdown and was given a royal welcome on the tarmac of International Airport Omagwa, Port Harcourt that was filled with his subjects and well-wishers who came to receive him with various traditional dancing troupes and admirers.
The Provost of Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku, Dr. Emmanuel Ikenyiri, who recently paid a courtesy visit to Eze, Oba of Ogba Kingdom a few weeks ago in August 2020, commiserated with the monarch on the death of his sister, daughter and sister in Law, all within one month. The Public Relations Officer –PRO of FCE (Technical), Omoku, Prince Charles Amadike-Otoboh, said that the Provost expressed gratitude to God for the quick recovery of the revered monarch. The Eze, Oba Chukumela Nnam Obi II, while responding, remarked that it had not been easy for the royal family as it lost three members within one month. He expressed appreciation for the love and concern of people, groups, former and present government officials, traditional and religious leaders, friends and admirers across Nigeria and beyond for their prayers, phone calls, visits, letters, since the death of the three members of the royal family as their condolence that were reliefs to help the family and succour on the irreplaceable losses.