Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa, 19262018 (aged 92 years)

Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa
Name
Igwe Peter Chukwuma /Ezenwa/
Name prefix
Igwe
Given names
Peter Chukwuma
Surname
Ezenwa
Note: Eze Okpoko 1 of Oba
Birth 1926
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
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31st President of the United States
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World War 2 from September 1, 1939 to September 2, 1945 (aged 19 years)

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Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
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National Health Service
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Olympic Games
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August 9, 1974 (aged 48 years)

Occupation
Traditional Ruler
from 1976 to 2018 (aged 92 years)
Employer: Oba Community in Anambra State
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
James Callaghan
from April 5, 1976 to May 4, 1979 (aged 53 years)

39th President of the United States
Jimmy Carter
January 20, 1977 (aged 51 years)

Winter of Discontent
Mass industrial action, power cuts and a three-day working week.
from October 1978 to February 1979 (aged 53 years)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Margaret Thatcher
from May 4, 1979 to November 28, 1990 (aged 64 years)

40th President of the United States
Ronald Reagan
January 20, 1981 (aged 55 years)

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January 20, 1989 (aged 63 years)

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January 20, 2001 (aged 75 years)

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from June 27, 2007 to May 11, 2010 (aged 84 years)

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January 20, 2009 (aged 83 years)

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David Cameron
from May 11, 2010 to July 13, 2016 (aged 90 years)

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from July 27, 2012 to August 12, 2012 (aged 86 years)
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Theresa May
from July 13, 2016 to July 24, 2019 (aged 93 years)

45th President of the United States
Donald Trump
January 20, 2017 (aged 91 years)

Death 2018 (aged 92 years)
Burial December 6, 2018 (aged 92 years)
Address: Eze Okpoko Mausoleum, Oba
Religion: Christian
Date of entry in original source: December 6, 2018
Quality of data: primary evidence

Late Oba Monarch Igwe Okpoko Laid To Rest

The remains of the traditional ruler of Oba, Idemili South Local Government Area Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa have been laid to rest at his country home, Oba.

Igwe Ezenwa aged ninety-two, until his demise has been on the throne as the first traditional ruler of Oba for forty-two years.

The service held at Saint Peter's Anglican Church Parish, Oba in honour of Igwe Eze Okpoko Oba, was attended by crème de la crème in the society including Ministers, top government functionaries, Archbishops, Bishops, Clergy and Traditional Rulers among others.

In a sermon, the Primate, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh described the late Traditional ruler as selfless, resourceful and a servant leader.

The primate called on people, especially those aspiring to any leadership position, to imbibe the virtue of servant leadership just like Igwe Eze Okpoko.

In a condolence message, Governor Willie Obiano called on the family to bear the loss with fortitude noting that the community and indeed the entire state lost a very big personality.

Two sons of Igwe Ezenwa, the Regent of Oba, Chief Noel Ezenwa and Prince Henry Ezenwa who was a former Transition Chairman of Idemili South Council Area appreciated everyone that identified with them during this period of mourning.

The body of the late Monarch was later interred in his Eze Okpoko Mausoleum, Oba.

Family with Ocheze Nancy Ifeoma Ezenwa
himself
Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa
19262018
Birth: 1926Oba, Idemili South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
Occupation: Traditional Rulerfrom 1976 to 2018Oba, Idemili South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
Death: 2018Oba, Idemili South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
wife
Ocheze Nancy Ifeoma Ezenwa,
19342019
Birth: 1934
Nationality: NigerianOba, Idemili South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
Death: December 2019Oba, Idemili South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
son
Prince Noel Ezenwa
son
Henry Ezenwa
Burialabsradiotv.com
Date of entry in original source: December 6, 2018
Quality of data: primary evidence

Late Oba Monarch Igwe Okpoko Laid To Rest

The remains of the traditional ruler of Oba, Idemili South Local Government Area Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa have been laid to rest at his country home, Oba.

Igwe Ezenwa aged ninety-two, until his demise has been on the throne as the first traditional ruler of Oba for forty-two years.

The service held at Saint Peter's Anglican Church Parish, Oba in honour of Igwe Eze Okpoko Oba, was attended by crème de la crème in the society including Ministers, top government functionaries, Archbishops, Bishops, Clergy and Traditional Rulers among others.

In a sermon, the Primate, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh described the late Traditional ruler as selfless, resourceful and a servant leader.

The primate called on people, especially those aspiring to any leadership position, to imbibe the virtue of servant leadership just like Igwe Eze Okpoko.

In a condolence message, Governor Willie Obiano called on the family to bear the loss with fortitude noting that the community and indeed the entire state lost a very big personality.

Two sons of Igwe Ezenwa, the Regent of Oba, Chief Noel Ezenwa and Prince Henry Ezenwa who was a former Transition Chairman of Idemili South Council Area appreciated everyone that identified with them during this period of mourning.

The body of the late Monarch was later interred in his Eze Okpoko Mausoleum, Oba.

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Date of entry in original source: December 16, 2018
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Author: EJIKE ABANA

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Date of entry in original source: April 4, 2014
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Igwe of Oba Defrauds Non-indigenes As Drums of War Echoes

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Date of entry in original source: September 17, 2020
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Name

Eze Okpoko 1 of Oba

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Late Oba Monarch Igwe Okpoko Laid To Rest

The remains of the traditional ruler of Oba, Idemili South Local Government Area Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa have been laid to rest at his country home, Oba.

Igwe Ezenwa aged ninety-two, until his demise has been on the throne as the first traditional ruler of Oba for forty-two years.

The service held at Saint Peter's Anglican Church Parish, Oba in honour of Igwe Eze Okpoko Oba, was attended by crème de la crème in the society including Ministers, top government functionaries, Archbishops, Bishops, Clergy and Traditional Rulers among others.

In a sermon, the Primate, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicholas Okoh described the late Traditional ruler as selfless, resourceful and a servant leader.

The primate called on people, especially those aspiring to any leadership position, to imbibe the virtue of servant leadership just like Igwe Eze Okpoko.

In a condolence message, Governor Willie Obiano called on the family to bear the loss with fortitude noting that the community and indeed the entire state lost a very big personality.

Two sons of Igwe Ezenwa, the Regent of Oba, Chief Noel Ezenwa and Prince Henry Ezenwa who was a former Transition Chairman of Idemili South Council Area appreciated everyone that identified with them during this period of mourning.

The body of the late Monarch was later interred in his Eze Okpoko Mausoleum, Oba.

Note

Traditional ruler of Oba

Note

All roads in Nigeria and beyond will from Monday, the 3rd of December 2018, lead to Oba in Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State, for the Christian burial of the traditional ruler of Oba, His Majesty, Igwe Peter Chukwuma Ezenwa, MFR, Eze Okpoko the first of Oba, Igwe Ezenwa, a former parliamentarian, industrialist, entrepreneur and renowned philanthropist graciously joined his ancestors on Wednesday, the 16th of March 2018. According to the regent of Oba town, Prince Noel Ezenwa, the Christian burial and the last Ofala of the Igwe will all together take a whole one week beginning from 3rd to 9th December 2018. There would be service of songs and tributes in honour of Eze Okpoko the First on the 3rd of December while the actual Christian service will take place at his home church, the St. Peter’s Anglican Primate and Metropolitan of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Nicolas Okoh. Apart from the Primate, over twenty Bishops have shown keen interest to actively participate in the burial of a royal father popularly known as “Igwe na-eje uka” meaning a Christian and exemplary traditional ruler. Interment follows after actual Christian service condolence visits continues on 5th, 6th, 7th December of 2018. On Saturday, 8th December, the last Ofala of Eze Okpoko the First would be celebrated in a most auspicious manner befitting the Igwe as the custodian of culture and traditional of Oba people. On the last day of weeklong burial ceremony, being the 9th of December, there would be outing and thanksgiving service for the repose of the gentle soul of the most respected departed Royal Father at St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Oba.