Arochukwu Kingdom's Throne: An Open Letter and the Ongoing Debate

Nnadozie Victor
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In the heart of Arochukwu Kingdom, a land deeply rooted in tradition and history, a matter of great significance has recently come to light. The heir to the throne, Mazi Udo Chijioke, and Umu Oke Nnachi, the descendants of the Okennachi Kindred, have found themselves entangled in a contentious debate. At the center of this controversy is the ancient tradition that governs the succession of the Eze Aro, the traditional ruler of Arochukwu.


In an open letter addressed to Mazi Udo Chijioke and Umu Oke Nnachi/Umu Aro Okeigbo, a critical question is raised: Where do they go from here? The letter highlights the clash between education and tradition, emphasizing that a wide gap exists between the two. It calls out Mazi Udo Chijioke for introducing politics into the process of determining who mounts the throne of Aro Kingdom. 


The debate centers on the traditional system that dictates that the eldest of the siblings is the rightful heir to the throne. Mazi Udo Chijioke's introduction of a different approach to this age-old tradition has raised concerns. The letter goes on to invoke the biblical tale of Samuel anointing David as the King of Israel, illustrating that sometimes the divine choice might not align with worldly expectations. It suggests that Mazi Udo Chijioke's actions do not align with the divine will, as the throne's sacred covenant is threatened.


Aro elites are accused of dividing the family, bringing discord and self-interest into the equation. The letter underscores that the throne of Aro Kingdom is not meant for the most learned, exposed, rich, or handsome; rather, it is forbidden only to those who are drunk or lepers. 


Mazi Udo Chijioke's mandate to find the "blue blood of Nnachi" raises questions about the deep secrets known only to those born into the family. According to the traditional belief, an Eze Aro must have his mother from Aro and marry from Aro. The letter questions whether a father can share a divide with his children and points out that the throne is to be occupied by the eldest of the siblings, not with nephews.


The letter also addresses alleged threats posed during discussions surrounding the throne's succession, suggesting a significant level of tension and personal interest involved. It emphasizes that the throne must be inherited by the "blue blood of Nnachi" and nothing else.


In this ongoing debate, it's clear that tradition and personal interests are clashing, and the future of the Arochukwu Kingdom's throne remains uncertain. The letter serves as a testament to the complexity and gravity of the issues at hand.


As the situation continues to unfold, it is essential to consider the deep-rooted traditions and the will of the people in Arochukwu Kingdom, which has been shaped by centuries of history and cultural significance.

Read Full Letter Below,

OPEN LETTER TO MAZI UDO CHIJIOKE AND UMU OKE NNACHI/ UMU ARO OKEIGBO.


Mazi, where do we go from here? Is it proper for a Man who came on board to navigate a ship to safety to rock the boat?


Many times I tried to Educate you to understand that there is a wide gap between EDUCATION AND TRADITION.

 

You have certainly created serious problem in the TRADITION of Arochukwu Kingdom as it pertains to the THRONE. 


Your introduction of POLITICS on who mounts the throne of Aro Kingdom against the ANCIENT and ANCESTORIAL system of the ELDEST of the siblings to do so will leave you with so much problems on your hands.

While having interactions with you once on this issue, you told a story of when SAMUEL was sent to the house of Jesse to anoint his son for the Kingship of Israel. No one considered the lowly David but he was the choice of God. Jesse had sons who were tall and handsome, who were rich and well read , who were better exposed but the lowly David was the choice of God.

  You told me this story but you didn't observe the will of the God like Samuel did in your own turn.

Mazi, you have come to break the COVENANT that our Fathers made on occupying the throne. You have brought a DEMEANING APPROACH to occupying the SACRED THRONE of Arochukwu Kingdom.

The Aro ELITES have been SELFISHLY EXPRESSING a hidden interest on the throne. They brought DIVISION into the family , pitching tents within the family. They come out to say there is problem in the family.

Is NNACHI not one? do we have NNACHI 1 , 2 ,3 ?.

MAZI UDO, the throne of Aro Kingdom is not for the,

(1) MOST LEARNED

 (2) MOST EXPOSED (3)MOST RICH

(4) MOST HANDSOME

The throne ABHORS ONLY

(1) A DRUNK

(2) A LEPER

You chose a SIGNIFICANT MANDATE/ AGENDA when you said you were looking for the BLUE BLOOD of NNACHI. This however, gave the understanding that you know deep SECRET  that only Persons born into the family know. 

Mazi P C OKORO a member of the panel knew that an Eze Aro must have 

(1) His Mother from Aro 

(2) Marry from Aro.

The SALIENT question here is , can a father share a divide with his children?. 

The Eldest of the siblings occupies the throne not with his Nephews as it is the case here.

Men have began to DARE THE GODS because of personal interest. They saw the truth and put it aside.

Mazi, as you go about CRUSADING that I handed over to Ebere , did you explain the THREAT you presented me with? Was I drunk or under influence of drug or something? You posed a condition of threat to me.

Mazi only you will UNTIE this knot , I only will not let you MESS the throne of my Fathers up. 

If you consider that you can ARM TWIST me to take it, you will have a long Journey to do . 

I HAVE NOT AND WILL NEVER ABDICATE MY THRONE AND INHERITANCE TO ANYONE.

I salute you Mazi Lawson SOBAZ a very UPRIGHT Man who will not compromise his INTEGRITY.

IT MUST BE BLUE BLOOD OF NNACHI AND NOTHING.

Long live UMU OKENNACHI

Long live UMU ARO OKEIGBO. 

MAZI OKENNACHI KANU OJI ( HEIR APPARENT TO THE THRONE).


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