In Delta state, the Crown Prince of Oniko Dynasty, Prince Daniel Odoviano Oniko from Irri Kingdom in Isoko South Local Government Area has received the Women of Irri Kingdom at the palace of Odio-Ologbo. Prince Daniel Oniko welcomed the several women groups from all the clans of Irri Kingdom, as they visited the palace during the annual Christmas celebration dance held at the palace of Odio-Ologbo, who happens to be a cousin to Prince Daniel Oniko.

During the visit by the Women Groups from all the Clans of Irri Kingdom, Prince Daniel Oniko watched in excitement the amazing dance performance and Presentation by women of Irri Kingdom. He expressed overwhelming joy to see Mothers and Women of his Kingdom demonstrating happiness in the spirit of Christmas celebration. He therefore encouraged them in the spirit of unity, togetherness and peacefulness.

Several women praised him and appreciated him for the warm welcome and reception. Prince Daniel Odoviano Oniko is currently the Regional Manager of Heritage bank and is based in Abuja. He has been described in several ways, demonstrating several excellent abilities and lending out his hands of support to several Institutions, groups and empowerment Initiatives.

Some times ago he was described as an astute and vibrant Intellectual, who has achieved so much, but always willing to exceed expectations. He is said to be a Financial expert with a flair, a socialite with finesse, a brilliant athlete and a businessman per excellence.

His visit to the Irri Kingdom in Delta state, where he hails from was also described as a blessing, as he supported several development initiatives, using his personal resources to help and assist individuals, families, groups, associations and clans, especially in areas of provisional opportunities, financial support and other aides.


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