The coronation of the chieftaincy title took place in Ghana.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Jim Iyke, a Nollywood actor, has received a chieftaincy title.
HRH Dr. Chuwudi J. Ihenetu, Ezi Ndibgo Ghana, bestowed the title “OHADIKE 1 OF NDIGBO” upon the movie star.
On the occasion of the 10th Yam Festival, which was held on Sunday, September 18, 2022, the actor was given the chieftaincy title.
The actor was honored for his outstanding accomplishments and services to the African entertainment sector and the Igbo people, according to HRH Dr. Chuwudi J Ihenetu.
Iyke now joins the group of well-known Nigerians who have chieftaincy titles.
Several Nigerian celebrities were awarded chieftaincy titles in 2018, including the music artist D’banj and reality TV personality Teddy A.
The Kabiyesi Oliyere of Iyere Owo bestowed Teddy A the chieftaincy title of Asojuomo of Iyere Owo.
D’banj was given the honorific title of “Enyi Ka Nwanne” of the Amuzi Obowol Autonomous Community in Imo State.
Celebrities Noble Igwe, a media personality, and Alexx Ekubo, a Nollywood actor, are among those who have been appointed red cap chiefs.
Eze Umara 3 of the Amumara Town, Mbaise kingdom gave Ekubo the title “Ikuku Of Amumara Town, Mbaise.”
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