OJI, (Eze) Kanu




traditional ruler, the Eze Aro of Arochukwu; Born 1894 and enthroned in 1914 at the tender age of 14, Education: had no formal education though learnt to read and write during his early association with Europeans when he was a palm-produce trader at. Obubra, Cross River State; became a paramount and 1st class chief in the then Eastern Region, 1954; member of the dissolved Eastern House of Chiefs, 1960-66; one of the three chiefs recognised by the former East Central State Government; president of the Community Council in his area; the Eze Aro is neither a Christian nor a Muslim and has no political inclinations — performs his traditional rites and is not op posed to religious practices; married to nine wives, he has ten surviving children; only the "Eze Oke Nnachi" compound produces rulers in Arochukwu. Address: "Ulo-Nta Eze Aro" Palace, Arochukwu, Imo State; Hobby: gardening, bird watching, walking a three-mile distance in the evenings to keep healthy.
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