Ezeigbo Ghana – HRM Dr. Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu Eze-ohazurume 1
Ezeigbo of Ghana

Ezeigbo Ghana – HRM Dr. Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu Eze-ohazurume 1

Monarchy of HRM. Amb. Dr. Chukwudi Ihenetu (Eze Ohazurume 1) Eze Ndigbo Ghana is a true blood of Ozurumba family of Amaigbo in Imo State, Nigeria whose great grandfather was the immediate senior brother to His Majesty, the late Great king Jaja of Opobo. Royalty and greatness in leadership run in his bloodline.

Eze Ndigbo Ghana is the ruling King of Igbo people living in Ghana. IGBO LAND is made up of five States in Nigeria. Anambara State, Imo State, Abia State, Enugu State and Eboyi State. Eze Ndi Igbo is a King ruling the people from the five States of Igbo Land living in Ghana. The crown, Eze Ohazurume 1 means: A King crowned by the people of Igbo Land.
Baroness Dr. Uba Iwunwa is a native of Nkwerre a neighboring town to Amaigbo in Imo State, Nigeria. Brotherhood is the fundamental culture of the foundation of the Igbos wherever they are. Bloodline is most powerful bond among the Igbos.

Baroness Dr. Uba Iwunwa and Eze Ndigbo Ghana maintained oneness through humanitarian mission with the World Peace Committee and also in the entertainment industry. Eze Ndigbo Ghana funded so many Nollywood movies as an avenue for career opportunities for many people no matter their race, tribe and religion. He’s the owner of Chibet group of companies who has been a source of employment opportunity for Africans in Ghana and beyond.
He rules with deep insight like one with the third sight and awes all with light humour but right might. He wins hearts with art set apart and compels respect in every aspect. What then could one expect but almost slavish loyalty to such a royalty! The proverbial saying that there is no hiding place for a goldfish holds sway in the life of His Royal Majesty, Eze (Dr) Ambassador Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu Eze-ohazurume 1, the Eze-Igbo of Ghana.

HRM, Eze (Dr) Ambassador Chukwudi hails from Imo State in Nigeria. He, like his other eight siblings, had a humble background. His father was a primary school teacher, now retired, and so, there were difficulties giving him and his siblings’ quality life and advanced education given his father’s meager salary. Hence, while in school back in Nigeria, Chukwudi indulged in trading, as a typical young Igbo man. Thence did he develop his business and entrepreneurial skills. CONTINUES…….

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