Photo: 14-Day Coronation Ritual Begin For New Oba Of Benin Kingdom, Eheneden Erediauwa

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Prince Eheneden Erediauwa

March 21, 2016 – Picture: 14-Day Coronation Ritual Begins For New Oba Of Benin Kingdom, Eheneden Erediauwa

The Crown Prince of Benin Kingdom and Edaiken N’ Uselu, Prince Eheneden Erediauwa Sunday began the performance of the 14-day Iyan-Ehien chieftaincy rites.

The Iyan-Ehien is said to be the highest level of chieftaincy rites which serves as a gateway for high spiritual attainment.
Palace chiefs that performed the Iyan-Ehien are accorded special respects.

The Ogbe group under the Ihama N’ Ogbe among the palace chiefs are to play a major role during the 14 days rites.

Before the Crown Prince began his journey to the Oba Palace for the rites, he conferred chieftaincy titles on some persons in Uselu community.

The titles conferred were the Ese N’ Uselu, Oshodi N’ Uselu and the Omuemu N’ Uselu.

Security operatives were at various positions in Uselu and Benin City to ensure free flow of traffic yesterday, while chiefs were seen at the Oba of Benin Palace waiting for the arrival of the Crown Prince.

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12 thoughts on “Photo: 14-Day Coronation Ritual Begin For New Oba Of Benin Kingdom, Eheneden Erediauwa

  1. So are you people tells us say black cloth or red cloth was finishing for market? Wetin is make you wear white? Was you not see black or red to buy weyris make you to wearing white say na cult pipul una be? Abeg go and finding black cloth to wear.

  2. When you hear ritual, do they mean ritual with human blood. Anyways let whatever anybody know, know him too.

  3. Don’t mistake rituals for human sacrifies. It is tradition and am proud of it. The fact we are christains does nt mean we shud forget culture. Oba kha tor kpere. Ise. Long live our oba and long live the people of benin. God bless nigeria and God bless edolites

  4. Thanks a lot Elizabeth, for educating these uneducated group. ritual does not necessary mean human blood are split, its just a chorological way of appeasing the land.

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