The Ebenanaowei of Ogulagha kingdom, Agbonu Torububor the First, accompanied by the Pere of Ogbe Ijoh Warri Kingdom, that of Iduwini kingdom, the Pere of Oporomor kingdom and Pere of Ogbolubiri kingdom and Chiefs paid a visit to Gbaramatu kingdom in Warri South West Council Area, to commission a housing project initiated by him.
The Ogulagha monarch after intimating the Gbaramatu monarch of his aim of visiting his kingdom, moved to Kokodiagbene community where he commissioned the building project noting that Housing is a necessity for all humans
The Ogulagha monarch who addressed the people of Kokodiagbene community in Ijaw dialect thanked them for the warm royal reception accorded him and the other kings.
The Ogulagha monarch who also hailed from Kokodiagbene community disclosed that he is happy to see that the area where he left about twenty years ago has witnessed growth and development.
He emphasized that as an indigene he is more ever committed to the development of the area.
Some notable Chiefs from Ogulagha and Gbaramatu kingdoms who spoke to newsmen including Chief George Timiyan and Chief Linus Yeinanagbegha commended the monarch for his development efforts in the area.
They appealed to the Federal and State Governments as well as multi nationals operating in oil and gas producing areas to pay attention to the development of the area.
The rich cultural heritage of the Kokodiagbene people was showcased at the event.