News

Ondo First Lady Gets Chieftaincy Title for Outstanding Deeds

The First Lady of OndoState, Chief Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu, today added another feather to her Chieftaincy cap, as she was conferred with a traditional title of Ada di oha Mma by Eze Chinyere I of Ogbor na Umuachalu Autonomous Community in Aboh-Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State.

Adorning the Ondo First Lady with instruments of Staff, the Eze Chinyere I, HRH Engr. G.C. Adiukwu, said the traditional title of Ada di oha Mma (Daughter Valued by All), was in recognition of her passion for the development of her maiden environment and the love she demonstrated towards fellow human beings who had crossed her path in their lifetime.

The Monarch, who conferred Chieftaincy Titles on a few personalities as part of activities to celebrate his 80th birthday anniversary, described Mrs. Akeredolu as a rare woman with a great future.

Responding to the honor, the newly crowned Ada di oha Mma who doubles as Ada Owere I, expressed excitement for the recognition and a show of love demonstrated by the people of the community towards her.

First Lady Aknowledges Title

She said: “I’m so happy for this honor done to me, you can’t get it better than this love they have for me, and I love them back”.

Mrs. Akeredolu, who earlier attended the 80th birthday Thanksgiving service of the Monarch, held at St. Simon’s Anglican Church Ogbor, Aboh-Mbaise, commended her husband and Governor of Ondo State, Arakurin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, for his unalloyed support and love for her, saying “I married well”.

Back to top button