High Chief Title: Chief Ekeh Congratulates Barr. AmadiFederal Commissioner representing Imo state in the Public Complaints Commission Nigeria, Barrister Willie Amadi and Chief Better Joseph Ekeh

Following the recent coronation of the Federal Commissioner representing Imo state in the Public Complaints Commission Nigeria, Barrister Willie Amadi, London based international entrepreneur, and an administrative member of the Owerri Zone Socio-political group Chief Better Joseph Ekeh has sent his heartfelt felicitations to the newly crowned high chief.

The Federal Commissioner was given the very prestigious title of OMEUDO by the five autonomous communities in the Owerri Municipal zone, yesterday on the 22nd of November.

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The conferred title is also the first of its kind and one of the few titles being conferred under the agesis of the five autonomous Owerri Municipal communities.

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Barrister Willie Amadi and other traditional rulers during his conferment

The OMEUDO title which means ‘a man of Peace’ is usually conferred on those who have made a huge positive mark in society. And according to the traditional rulers, Barrister Willie Amadi, has greatly distinguished himself in the society with his giant strides in communal youth empowerment and human capital development. His sterling developmental strides in Owerri Municipal and beyond and his general positive approach to human and infrastructural development were among the criteria that helped to single him out for the title.

With this title, Barrister Willie Amadi is saddled with the responsibility of amplifying the peace which is already being witnessed among the five communities in Owerri Municipal.

Chief Better Joseph Ekeh who sent across his congratulations to the new high chief lauded the traditional rulers and other leaders of the five autonomous communities on their wonderful decision to confer the title on Barrister Willie Amadi. He praised the chief for his good conduct and his wonderful input into community development and he also entreated him to use his new position to make a more positive impact on the lives of his ward and the community at large.