Warri Traditional Council Of Chiefs announced prince Tsola Emiko as the Olu-designate on Monday 5 April, 2021.
The Olu designate, who was widely accepted as successor to the throne was educated in Nigeria and abroad. He was born on April 2, 1984 to Prince Godwin Toritseju Emiko, the late Ogiame Ikenwoli Atuwatse 11 and Gladys Durorike Emiko in Warri, Delta State.
He attended the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Primary School and Adesanoye College, Ofa, Kwara State between 1995 and 2001.
Prince Emiko was admitted into Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, United State of America (USA), where he obtained Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Political Science, while minoring in History and Economic between 2002 and 2006.
He went further to earn a Masters of Science in Management from Case Western Reserve University in 2007 and returned to Nigeria for his NYSC in 2008 where he served in the Public Affairs Department of the National Petroleum Investment Management Service (NAPIMS), among other experiences in the private sector and entrepreneurship.
Emiko would be the 21st Olu of Warri and would be crowned after a 90-day seclusion during which he would be schooled on the culture and tradition of the Itsekiri people and kingship protocols
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