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Omalizz CEO Felicitates With Olori Atuwatse III, Extends Birthday Wishes

By Godson Ikpontu

The MD/CEO of Omalizz Multi Concept, Ms. Elizabeth Omale has expressed heartfelt felicitation to the Queen of Warri Kingdom, Her Royal Highness, Olori Aiyivieruewinoya 'Ivie' Emiko-Atuwatse, the Olori Ivie Atuwatse III as she add another graceful year to her age. She described the beautiful Queen as amiable, indefatigable, God-fearing and most of all a pillar of support to humanity. 

OMC CEO made the statement this morning while speaking with our Reporter in Abuja. In her statement she prayed and extended birthday wishes to the Queen, she says, "Happy Birthday to our Beloved Olori Ivie Atuwatse III, I wish you many more graceful years. I pray for good health and happiness in your life forever and ever Amen".

Olori Ivie has been described as a rare gift to the palace of His Royal Highness Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko, the 21st Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III. She is the President of RIG Africa and Convener of several impacful initiatives, some of which includes, Abba's Jewels, Love Drive and Wuwu Ore. She is known with the uncommon resolve to live like the common, although determined to impact lives positively in a low-key publicity approach thereby turning the cameras away from her good.

She has continue to implant love in the slums, raise new generation of young entrepreneurs and assertive leaders, as well as ensure sustainable health intervention programs for adults, women and children. Olori Atuwatse III is a devout Christian who is very passionate and expressive about her relationship with God.

She is a graduate of Law from the prestigious London School of Economics and Political Science. Olori Atuwatse III was born on May 22 1986 into the wealthy family of Captain Dr. Idahosa Wells Okunbo and Edamwen Evelyn Okunbo. She got married to the King in 2014 in a fascinating marriage ceremony in the United Kingdom. A union that is now blessed with three kids.

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