Prince BB Apugo Mediates, Re-Units Ibeku/Ohuhu Clans

Ibeku and Ohuhu clans have been charged to chart one course, restore the dignity they are known for and put the past behind, come together to chart a common course for the good of their children.
Oparaukwu Ibeku, Prince Benjamin Benedict Apugo gave the charge during a peace deal between both clans both from Umuahia North LGA of Abia State held at Egwu Ibeku square, just as he thanked the traditional rulers of both clans for seeing the importance of the peace deal.

Prince BB Apugo

Apugu added that the reconciliation ceremony will foster further development in the clans, advising everyone to put away rancour, acrimony and malice so as to access the blessing that God endowed umuahia who  produced the first premier of eastern region, chief M.I Okpara and the former head of state, Aguiyi Ironsi. 
The All Progressives Congress national caucus member pointed out that the two great sons of Ibeku, M.I Okpara and Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi developed other parts of Nigeria and abandon their home town, Umuahia, hence, he also expressed displeasure that past and current administrations in Abia state have not done much to give Umuahia a first lift as the state capital. 


Earlier in his remarks, the chairman umuahia north council of traditional rulers, His Royal majesty, Eze John Ibezim who said the purpose of the gathering was to restore the dignity and re-activate the respect each clan has for each other, thanked prince Apugo for accepting to be the mediator between both clans.
He further called on the federal government to extend her developmental arrangements to the south east , adding that Nigeria has what it takes to make very geopolitical zone have a feel of the country’s endowments and not to be marginalized.
Responding, the chairman Ibeku Traditional rulers council, His Royal Highness, Eze Iheanyichukwu Ezigbo and his counterpart and the chairman Ohuhu council of traditional rulers, His Royal majesty, Eze Nnamdi Ofuegbo , both gave their consent  and charge other traditional rulers  to take the  good news to their various kingdoms.
National Watch reports that the peace deal attracted representatives of traditional rulers from both Ibeku and Ohuhu clans.

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