Ututu Royal Fathers Disassociate Themselves from Endorsing Nwamazi Pastor Eberechukwu Oji for Eze Aro of Arochukwu Kingdom


 In a recent development within the Arochukwu Kingdom, the Ututu Leadership Forum, comprising Ututu Council of Traditional Rulers, Ndi Ezeogo Ututu in Council, and Ututu Development Association (UDA), took a bold step to distance themselves from the endorsement of a nominee for the esteemed position of Eze Aro.

In an official statement released by the Ututu Leadership Forum, HRM Eze Solomon A. Okereke, Chairman of Ututu Council of Traditional Rulers, alongside Ezeogo Cletus Okore Kalu, Chairman of Ndi Ezeogo Ututu in Council, and Chief Sir Nwankwo Charles Kalu - FNIQS, President General of Ututu Development Association, unequivocally disclaimed any involvement or consent in the unilateral endorsement of Nwamazi Pastor Eberechukwu Oji for the revered office of Eze Aro of Arochukwu Kingdom.

The Ututu Leadership Forum emphasized that the endorsement carried out by Chief Martin Komo (Ezeogo Amaetiti) and Chief Solomon O. Akang (Ezeogo Obiene) was conducted without consultation or consent from the Ututu Clan, marking it as an act of interference in the internal selection process of the Eze Aro Okeigbo.

Expressing a commitment to respecting the internal affairs of the Arochukwu Kingdom, the Ututu Clan conveyed a willingness to collaborate and cooperate with whomever emerges as the rightful Eze Aro of Arochukwu Kingdom.

The statement underscores the importance of adhering to the established historic guidelines and internal instruments in the selection of the Eze Aro, stressing that the process remains an exclusive domain of the Arochukwu Kingdom.

The Ututu Leadership Forum's stance serves as a testament to their dedication to maintaining respectful relations with their neighbors while upholding the sanctity of Arochukwu Kingdom's traditional practices and processes.

The bold declaration by the Ututu Royal Fathers stands as a reminder of the significance of preserving local customs and traditions in the selection of esteemed cultural leaders, ensuring that the rightful processes are followed to honor the heritage and heritage of the Arochukwu Kingdom.

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Rebuttal of the Interlope of Chief Martin Komo and Chief Solomon Akang in the process of selection of Eze Aro of Arochukwu Kingdom.

To Whom It May Concern.

On behalf of UTUTU LEADERSHIP FORUM comprising Ututu Council of Traditional Rulers, Ndi Ezeogo Ututu in Council, and Ututu Development Association (UDA), we hereby dissociates ourselves from one Chief Martin Komo (Ezeogo Amaetiti) and Chief Solomon O. Akang (Ezeogo Obiene) over their meddlesome endorsement of a nominee for the highly revered office of Eze Aro of Arochukwu Kingdom. 

It is pertinent to stress that the Ututu Leadership Forum was neither consulted nor consented to the unilateral endorsement by Chief Martin Komo  and Chief Solomon Akang prior to their interlope.

Meanwhile, we believe that the processes of selection of Eze Aro Okeigbo is purely an internal affair of Arochukwu  Kingdom who are domiciled with perfect instruments and historic guidelines to achieve the goal.

As one of our nearest neighbors, Ututu Clan is willing to collaborate and cooperate with whosoever that emerges as the Eze Aro of Arochukwu Kingdom.

May God bless Ututu Clan. 

For: Ututu Leadership Forum. 

HRM Eze Solomon A. Okereke

Chairman Ututu Council of Traditional Rulers.

Ezeogo Cletus Okore Kalu

(Chairman, Ndi Ezeogo Ututu in Council)

Chief Sir. 

Nwankwo Charles Kalu - FNIQS

(President General, Ututu Development Association)





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