Nollywood actor Alexx Ekubo gets Mbaise chieftaincy title

September 20, 2020
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Alexx Ekubo

By Nimot Adetola Sulaimon

Tinsel star and one of Nollywood’s finest actors, Alexx Ekubo has been awarded the IKUKU chieftaincy title in Mbaise, Imo state.

The 34-year-old actor disclosed today, on Sunday when he posted a video that shows Eze Umara 3 of Amumara Town, Mbaise kingdom placing a red cap on Alexx’s head and blessing him.

Meanwhile, Ekubo is originally a native of Arochukwu, Abia State.

Accepting the title, he thanked the monarch, his friends and families.

He wrote on his official Instagram page; ”Allow me to re-introduce myself, I Alexx Ekubo of Arochukwu, Abia State – has just been coronated IKUKU Of Amumara Town, Mbaise. IMO State. At the just-concluded Iri-Ji (New Yam Festival).

”Coronation by – Eze Umara 3 of Amumara Town, Mbaise kingdom. Imo State

”Special thanks to High Chief Nwachinemere 1 of Mbaise for welcoming me & honouring me in his home town among his kindred. I Love you forever & ever Obara’m.

”Pls moving forward when you see me Address me as a CHIEF, it’s official IKUKU is not a “nickname”. #IgboAmaka” he concluded.

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