Congratulatory and Goodwill Messages

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His Majesty, Ezo (Elder) Ogbu Arunsl, the Ezeaja of Nkporo Kingdom was born in 1929 into the Royal Dynasty of chief Arunsi Oguama
of Agbalangwu in Elughu Nkporo.
He attended Nporo Central School, Church of Scotland Mission School, Abiriba for his Primary Education and Boys Vocational
School Idipep for a Diploma in teaching. Later, he studied at the famous Hope Waddell Training Institute, Calabar and Macgregor College,
Afikpo where he obtained the Teachers’ Grade III and II, G.C.E. O/L and A/L Certificates and became equipped for his teaching career.
He served the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria in various schools as a claass teacher and an Administrative Headmaster for thirtyeight
years and retired meritoriously in 1984.
A man of honour and integrity, His Majesty, Eze (elder) Ogbu Arunsi is loved by his community. He is a Christian with very outstanding
qualities such as humility, meekness, honesty, humane, intelligence and God fearing. He is committed to the unity and progress of Nkporo,
and stands out for truth and justice. No doubt that when he was presented for the stool of the Ezeaja of Nkporo, the Imo State Governement
did not hesitate to accord him recognition in 1988.
A renowned Educationist and retired Headmaster, Eza Arunsi spent most of his life serving and teaching humanity. Over the years,
the Ezeaja has served the Presbyterian church of Nigeria and his community using his personal resources to promote the spread of the gospel
of Jesus Christ in his area. He is known for encouraging harmony and peace among churches in his domain, and contributing to the peace
and tranquility of his community. Consequently and in recognition of these services, Abiriba Presbytery of P.C.N. in 2007 honoured him and
his wife with an Award of Pesbyterian Vessel of Nour (P.V.H.) He served as a Councilor representing Nporo repeatedly; the Secretary of the
Defunct Nkporo Youths Aassociation; One time Secretary of Nkporo clan Council, One time Vice Chairman of Nkporo Community Council;
One time Vice Chairman of Ohafia L.G.A. Traditional Rulers Advisory Council; Member, A bia State Traditional Rulers Council for 16 years; the
Current Nporo Traditional Rulers Council Chairman; One of the Founding Fathers of Nkporo Comprehensive Secondary School and Nkporo
Civic Centre.
His majesty, Eze (Elder) Ogbu Arunsi was married to Ugoeze (elder) E.O. Arunsi and he was blessed with ten children.

His Majesty, Ezo (Elder) Ogbu Arunsl, the Ezeaja of Nkporo Kingdom was born in 1929 into the Royal Dynasty of chief Arunsi Oguama
of Agbalangwu in Elughu Nkporo.
He attended Nporo Central School, Church of Scotland Mission School, Abiriba for his Primary Education and Boys Vocational
School Idipep for a Diploma in teaching. Later, he studied at the famous Hope Waddell Training Institute, Calabar and Macgregor College,
Afikpo where he obtained the Teachers’ Grade III and II, G.C.E. O/L and A/L Certificates and became equipped for his teaching career.
He served the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria in various schools as a claass teacher and an Administrative Headmaster for thirtyeight
years and retired meritoriously in 1984.
A man of honour and integrity, His Majesty, Eze (elder) Ogbu Arunsi is loved by his community. He is a Christian with very outstanding
qualities such as humility, meekness, honesty, humane, intelligence and God fearing. He is committed to the unity and progress of Nkporo,
and stands out for truth and justice. No doubt that when he was presented for the stool of the Ezeaja of Nkporo, the Imo State Governement
did not hesitate to accord him recognition in 1988.
A renowned Educationist and retired Headmaster, Eza Arunsi spent most of his life serving and teaching humanity. Over the years,
the Ezeaja has served the Presbyterian church of Nigeria and his community using his personal resources to promote the spread of the gospel
of Jesus Christ in his area. He is known for encouraging harmony and peace among churches in his domain, and contributing to the peace
and tranquility of his community. Consequently and in recognition of these services, Abiriba Presbytery of P.C.N. in 2007 honoured him and
his wife with an Award of Pesbyterian Vessel of Nour (P.V.H.) He served as a Councilor representing Nporo repeatedly; the Secretary of the
Defunct Nkporo Youths Aassociation; One time Secretary of Nkporo clan Council, One time Vice Chairman of Nkporo Community Council;
One time Vice Chairman of Ohafia L.G.A. Traditional Rulers Advisory Council; Member, A bia State Traditional Rulers Council for 16 years; the
Current Nporo Traditional Rulers Council Chairman; One of the Founding Fathers of Nkporo Comprehensive Secondary School and Nkporo
Civic Centre.
His majesty, Eze (Elder) Ogbu Arunsi was married to Ugoeze (elder) E.O. Arunsi and he was blessed with ten children.

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