Sunny Ofehe visits Ogiame Atuwatse III at Abuja, holds discussion

YPP politician and Senatorial Candidate Comrade Sunny Ofehe, visited His Royal Majesty (HRM) Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko Ogiame – Atuwatse III.T

The Young Progressive Party affiliate politician and Senatorial Candidate for the delta state for the upcoming Senatorial elections, Comrade Sunny Ofehe, visited His Royal Majesty (HRM) Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko Ogiame – Atuwatse III.

The politician describes the royal as one of Africa’s brightest, most handsome and most intellectual Royal Kings.

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During his trip, Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko Ogiame – Atuwatse III hosted the YPP candidate at his palatial home in Abuja. Comrade Sunny Ufehe took to his facebook account to share his experience of the visit.

He expressed on his Facebook Account that It was a great honour and privilege that he had the chance to be hosted by one of Africa’s brightest, most handsome and most intellectual Royal Kings, His Royal Majesty (HRM) Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko Ogiame – Atuwatse III. The Olu of the great ancient Warri Kingdom at his palatial home in Abuja.

Further, Ofehe revealed that from the first day that he watched The king’s inauguration speech upon ascension to the throne, it had always been his wish to meet His Royal Majesty. Sunny Ofehe considers the royal a well-educated and exposed personality. He is now the Royal Father of one of Africa’s oil-rich Kingdom in Delta State.

The Youth Progressive Party candidate, Ofehe revealed in his social media update that his visit had nothing to do with politics. The visit was rather aimed at discussing how we can work together to actualize the laudable visions of our Royal Father as it concerns the Warri Kingdom and Delta State at large.

His Royal Majesty and Her Royal Highness, Queen Olori Ivie Atuwatse III, the daughter of the popular and famous Late Hosa Wells Okunbo, received NPP Candidate Comrade Sunny Ofehe and his team with open hand and affection.

At the conclusion of his Update, Sunny Ofehe wished for the well-being of his hosts with the words, May His Royal Majesty’s reign on the throne be long.

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