Benin Crown Prince ‘fights’ chief priest, proceeds to sacred forest

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According to reports, the Crown Prince of Benin Kingdom, Prince Eheneden Erediauwa, on Sunday left Evuekoi for Azama N’ Uhe ancestral shrine at Oloton’s Palace in Isekhere Street, Benin, to perform traditional rites.


Earlier, the prince had engaged in a mock wrestling match, which symbolised ‘wrestling’ with the Chief Priest of Okhuaihe shrine, Osarodion Usuanlele, the Ohen N’ Ukoni Neyedo.

The Okhuaihe shrine is located in Evbuekoi in Uhunwode Local Government Area of the state.

After the symbolic wrestling match, both of them went opposite ways never to see each other again once the crown prince becomes the Oba.

Okhuaihe Chief Priest would not enter the city of Benin again and whenever the Oba wants to pass through the vicinity, the chief priest would leave the area completely.

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The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the crown prince visited the chief priest and both of them proceeded to the sacred forest in the community to perform some rites.

NAN reports that te crown prince will be installed Oba on Thursday.

4 thoughts on “Benin Crown Prince ‘fights’ chief priest, proceeds to sacred forest

  1. After all these rituals, one Pentecostal Pastor will receive him in his Church for Thanks Giving as one of their worshipers for the sake of the money that will be delivered to the endless Osusu they collect. God is Mercy, and does forgives continually till his day of execution of judgment against all false Religion Preachers. They should repent, otherwise their pains shall be great.

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