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Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa (middle); His Royal Majesty, Dr. Emmanuel Efeizomor the II, Obi of Owa Kingdom (3rd right); Kiagborekusi the I, the Dein of Agbor Kingdom (right); Senator Peter Nwaoboshi (2nd left); His Royal Majesty, Luck Kalanama, the Pere of Akugbene-Mein Kingdom (left) and Chief Gabriel Ogbeche, during the Public Presentation of the Odyssey of Emmanuel Efeizomor II, at Palace Grand, Owa-Oyibu, Ika North Local Government Area, Delta State.

Okowa Challenges Africans On Documentation Of History

DELTA State Governor, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has made a case for Africans to document their history for present and future references.

The governor made the call yesterday (27/12/18) at the public presentation of "The Odyssey of the Obi of Owa, HRM Emmanuel Efeizomor II" a biography written by Prof. Sam Ukala and Dr Ben Jeanne at Owa-Oyibu, Ika North-East local government area of Delta State.

Governor Okowa who commended the people of Owa Kingdom for documenting the history of Owa Kingship and that of the people of Owa Kingdom stated that such historical documents would help the future generation of Africans to know about their history.

"Subjects of different kingdoms should be encouraged to write books about their kingdoms; this book presented today will be read by the people of Owa; other people will also read the book which will be very useful to them," he said.

The governor continued, "many people want to know about the Owa Kingdom and we thank God that we have a book that will enlighten the people, it will inspire several people to write about their kingdoms."

Chairman of the occasion, Senator Peter Nwaoboshi described the book as a great legacy to the people of Owa Kingdom and humanity while the book reviewer, Prof. Abednego Ekoko disclosed that the book was made of 10 chapters.

Prof. Sam Ukala, on behalf of the authors of the book, stated that more than 620 people were interviewed and several documents were collated about the Obi.

He thanked Governor Okowa for the roles he played for the publication of the book stating that all the proceeds from the launch of the book would be channeled to the development of Owa Kingdom.

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