Former Chief Servant was ban by Benin Palace From Traditional, Spiritual Activities

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The Benin Traditional Council has purportedly sanc­tioned one Roland Omo-Ek­hoe Ogbebor, a former Chief Servant (Omuada), to the palace of Benin King­dom over supposed land grab­bing and other false demonstrations by forbidding him from doing royal residence’s traditional and spiritual activities..

Reporting the sanction at a press conference at the Be­nin palace on Tuesday, Frank lrabor, Secretary, Benin Tra­ditional Council, who talked in the interest of six other palace chiefs, said Roland Ogbebor, apart from indulging in land grabbing, also was involved in other unwholesome activities.

According to Irabor, “We would like to state emphatical­ly that there had been several verbal and written reports bordering on land grabbing and other fraudulent activi­ties, including extortion by Roland.

“Benin Traditional Coun­cil has reports that Roland allegedly gave express direc­tives for Enogie, Ohen and Okao to be installed, giving a false impression that they were directives from the palace.”

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