Whitemoney Gets Igbo Chieftaincy Title
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Whitemoney revealed this In a post on Instagram on October 31, 2022.
This uncommon Igbo chieftaincy title has been awarded to Hazel Oyeze Onu, also known as Whitemoney, the winner of BBNaija Season 6.
The reality star disclosed that he received the honorific title of “Ugwu Igbo” on Saturday, October 29, 2022, from a group of Igbo speakers in Lagos State.
Adding the certificate of office to the post, the musician announced the news on his Instagram page. The title he recently received refers to him as “the pride of Igbos,” he said in the article.
First of all, “Our People say when a child washes his hands well, he may sit with the Elders“
Another title added: “UGWU NDIGBO” ie “THE PRIDE OF IGBOS” It was another humbling moment for me last Saturday as I was conferred as “UGWU NDIGBO” by the Igbo speaking community, Lagos State. Special appreciation to the Chief Sir Cyril Sunday Eze (President General) and all the members of the Igbo Speaking Community, Lagos State. Unu Emela [sic]
After a huge party was arranged to celebrate his victory, Whitemoney went on to post a video of the wonderful celebrations that came with his title.
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