By Sunny A Ijomah
The Traditional Ruler of Eziagulu-Otu, Aguleri, Anambra East Council Area of Anambra State, Igwe Lawrence Nwofia has inaugurated his cabinet members.
It took place at the Kings Palace, Amaokpala Eziagu Otu, Aguleri.
The cabinet members who were adorned in their white regalia, red caps and beeds as the identity of cabinet chiefs in Igbo land and custodians of culture pledged their loyalty to the traditional ruler and obedience to the Community.
Addressing the members, Igwe Nwofia said that they were entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring that peace, tranquility, progress and development in the Community.
Igwe Nwofia noted that they are men of wisdom who will help him to pilot the affairs of the Community, advising them to work as expected and live according to their code of conduct even as he applauded Governor Willie Obiano for his massive road infrastructure in the area pledging their total support to him.
The Traditional Prime Minister of Eziagulu-Otu, Aguleri, Chief IKC Chukwuma who expressed gladness for the elevation and honour done him said that since their Community is a remote area being devastated by flood every year, he will see to the progress and development of the Community and prayed God to help him to continue to toe the right part.
For the National President of Anambra State Association of Towu Unions ASATU, Chief Alex Onukwue who was conferred with the Ogene Eziagulu-Otu Aguleri, said that the Community is blessed with a traditional ruler who will change the image of the Community assuring that they will bring the youths together so that they became useful to the Community and work in unity, love and oneness with their traditional ruler.
The President General of the Community, Chief Ikechukwu Onuora and another cabinet member, Chief Edwin Agbata said with Igwe Nwofia, the Community has come to lime light because he is using his wealth of experience and wisdom to pilot the affairs of the Community.
The event climaxed with induction and presentation as well as cultural displays by the people of the community.