Embattled Ologbotsere Spitfire, Says  Prince Tshola Emiko is not the Olu of Warri

The Embattled Ologbotsere Spitfires, Says  Prince Tshola Emiko is not the Olu of Warri.


Ayirimi Emami, the embattled former Ologbotsere of Warri Kingdom in Delta State, has described his disrobing by the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III, as having “no consequence” and “no effect.”

Emami has told The Nation that he does not recognise the monarch as the Olu, nor does he recognise the monarch’s pronouncement on Tuesday at the Aghofen (Palace) in Warri metropolis, as reported by The Nation.

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“As far as I’m concerned, we’re in court right now, and I don’t recognise Prince Tshola Emiko  as the Olu of Warri,” he says. He was not properly selected or crowned, and as a result, he is unable to represent himself as the Olu of Warri.

I still consider him to be Prince Tsola Emiko rather than the Olu of Warri. His action (removal of the title) demonstrates that he was not properly crowned because if he had been, he would be aware of the ramifications of what he was about to do.

“The throne of the Olu of Warri cannot be sold to the highest bidder, and we will take steps to ensure that this does not happen.”

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In his latest declaration, he declared that the next battleground in his conflict with the popular monarch would be to prevent him from parading as the Olu of Warri.

As part of the decision to strip Emami of his status as a traditional titleholder of the kingdom, Ogiame Atuwatse III on Tuesday invited descendants of the Ologbotsere family to the palace, where he was informed of the decision.

Although his family and supporters have expressed concern, Emami has maintained their calm, stating that the battle has simply moved to a higher gear.

Remember that the most recent development is the culmination of a long-running feud between the young monarch and Emami, whose disqualification of the monarch from a contest to choose the 21st Olu in April caused widespread consternation throughout the kingdom.

In addition, the young chief refused to accept an invitation from the palace to chiefs and other traditional title holders in the kingdom to revalidate their titles by paying homage to the new monarch, further destabilising the situation.

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Olu of Warri disrobes Emami as Ologbotsere


The Olu of Warri ,the Ogiame Atuwatse ll has announced the disrobing of Chief Ayirimi Emami from his position as Ologbotsere (traditional prime minister) of the Warri kingdom.

This was revealed by the monarch on Tuesday during a meeting with descendants of the Ologbotsere family, which took place at his palace in Warri South council area of Delta State, reports say.

Emami’s four-year reign as Ologbotsere comes to an end as a result of his pronouncement.

According to reports, the monarch ordered the people of the Itsekiri nation, particularly those from the Ologbotsere family, to stop referring to the embattled Chief as Ologbotsere going forward.


The development was confirmed by a number of posts on the Itsekiri Facebook platforms.

Among those in attendance were the Iyatsere and Uwangue of Warri Kingdom, as well as Chief Johnson Amatserunleghe and Chief Gabriel Awala, among others.

A video obtained by Ejes Gist News showed Atuwaste lll seated on his throne while Chief Brown Mene addressed the Ologbotsere family in the Itsekiri language, according to the report.

No response was received from Comrade Alex Eyengho, the spokesman for the Ologbotsere family, despite repeated attempts.

He stated that he was in a meeting at the time of publication.

Note that Chief Emami did not show up for the revalidation and confirmation exercise of the Chiefs of the Kingdom that took place in September.

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