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The Ancestral Monarchy and Foundation of the Igbo people and culture

His Majesty, Eze Eri 34th, Eze Aka Ji Ovọ Igbo is the custodian of the (Sacred Ovọ Eri)

‘The Oldest symbol of authority in Igbo-land’

He is the present occupant of the throne of Eri and ruler of the Ancient Iduu Eri Kingdom.

His dynasty is one of the oldest dynasty in Nigeria in which his kingdom has produced over thirty four kings of Aguleri, up to the 18th century, and has continued, in recent times, up to now, to produce the ruler of Enugwu Aguleri.

The Ezeora dynasty has remained powerful been the sacred holder of the Ovọ Eri and as well occupying the throne of Eri at Obu-Gad in Enugwu Aguleri. It is located in the present Anambra State.

Its dynasty is hereditary, and not a product of the warrant chief system that have swerved and corrupt the traditional Institution of Ndigbo.

On 23 September 2018, the US House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Kentucky honors His Majesty, Eze Chukwuemeka Eri with a Citation of Honor alongside the Mayor of Lexington Jim Gray official declared 23 September 2018 as His Majesty, Eze Chukwuemeka Eri day in honor of his first visit to Lexington in Kentucky, United States.

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