Butech Oil & Gas boss, Okoye receives ozo title, performs house warming in grand style

By Akuma Ebere

It was carnival of a sort at Umuona in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State a couple of days ago as a Port Harcourt-based business man, the Chief Executive Officer of Butech Oil & Gas, Mr Abuchi Okoye celebrated his induction into the esteemed ancient Nze na Ozo traditional institution in addition to house warming ceremony.

Our Correspondent gathered that Nze na Ozo is a significant honour that recognizes one’s contributions to the community and dedication to preserving cultural heritage in Igbo land.

Speaking with the Chief celebrant, Okoye, expressed his happiness for being inducted into the prestigious Nze na Ozo institution, adding that the honour done him would inspire him to continue to impact positively on Umuona community and society generally.

He described the ozo titleship as a good thing in Igbo land, adding that it wouldn’t only bring development in society and help to encourage people who contributed their resources both spiritually and financially towards the betterment of Umuona in particular and society at large.

Nze Nwatagbasike I of Umuona thanked all who honoured his invitation and came to witness his induction into the prestigious Nze na Ozo institution, affirming that their presence made the occasion a success.

Among others interviewed included Igwe Chief Ambassador Anthony Nwaibe, Ebuka Cubana Akuchukwukwadolu, Ochili na Ojoto, Sir Francis Anokwulu, Chief Ebele Ilechukwu and many others. They thanked God for a successful event and prayed for God’s wisdom and knowledge upon Nze Nwatagbasike I of Umuona so that he would continue doing the good things he is known for in the community .

They advised him to uphold the principles and tenets of Nze na Ozo title institution by preserving Igbo culture, promoting community development with his influence and resources to inspire future generations through his lifestyle.

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