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Q.S Aminu has paid a royal visit to the recently coronated Attah Igala His Royal Majesty (HRM), Chief Matthew Alaji Opaluwa.

Q.S along side his supporters visit the eminent monarch, who is the highest traditional custodian of the Igala kingdom and chairman, Kogi State Traditional Council.

In his statement, Aminu said the visit was in line with such conventional courtesies.


“I want to thank God almighty on this unique occasion and to felicitate with you on your investiture as the Attah of our kingdom and want to wish you cheerful years on this royal throne.

We have come as your sons to felicitate with you”.

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It is our prayer that your royal majesty will live long on this throne and continually usher in the peace and tranquillity we have over time observed in this part of the state and Kogi in general.


He asserted that with you the throne will be identified and withness unprecedented development and peace due to your foresight and transparency, adding that with the years you have spent in service and the wisdoms stockpiled was a milestone and urge you to remain an ambassador of peace, custodian of the Igala kingdom and always be a father to all.

The Attah through in his prayers to his Excellency, said he was impressed by the visit and prayed that the God’s of our land and our ancestors to grant you the wisdom to bring about the needed change to the land as well if emerged.

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Q.S in his remarks, promised, that if elected the next senator representing the good people of Kogi East, will continue to partner with royal fathers in the kingdom in order to provide purposeful leadership and deliver its prosperity to all earstens.

His Excellency also proceeded to residence of Alhaji Yahaya Ugbatigba’s family for a condolences visit as well.

He prayed to Almighty Allah to forgive him all his sins and grant him aljannah firdaus.

Q.S said the family should take solace in the fact that the late father, uncle and grandfather was loved by many because of his benevolence, love for humanity and sacrifice.


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