Meet Ahmed Lawan, The Nigerian Senate President And His Chieftaincy Title In Igbo Land
For an individual who is not an indigene of Igbo Land to be given a Chieftaincy Title, shows that the person is extremely important to the welfare of Igbo Land.
Few hours ago, the Nigerian Senate President Who Is popularly known as ahmed Lawan were given a Chieftaincy Title In Igbo Land. The name of the Chieftaincy Title that was given to Ahmed Lawan is "nwannedinamba"
Before we proceed, let's get to know some facts about Ahmed Lawan.
Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan is a Nigerian Senator. Ahmed Lawan is currently serving as the President of the Senate of Nigeria. He was born on the 12th January 1959, he is currently at the age of 61 years.
In this article, I will be sharing pictures of the Nigerian Senate President, Ahmed Lawan receiving a Chieftaincy Title In Igbo Land.
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from all the pictures that was shared above, you will clearly see the Nigerian Senate President, Ahmed Lawan being honoured with a Chieftaincy Title In Igbo Land.
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