Cross River Speaker Rt. Hon. Elvert Ayambem Receives Prestigious “Nton Aseh Amfam” Chieftaincy Title
Nde Clan, Cross River State – In a historic and culturally significant event, the Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Elvert Ayambem, was recently honored with the prestigious title of “Nton Aseh Amfam,” which translates to “Chief of Politics,” by the revered Traditional Leaders and the entire Nde community. This recognition is a watershed moment, marking the highest chieftaincy title ever granted to a political leader within the Nde Clan.
The “Nton Aseh Amfam” title carries immense weight within the Nde clan, symbolizing the pinnacle of political leadership and unwavering commitment to the community. It’s worth noting that this title is a once-in-a-lifetime honor, adding to its exceptional significance for Speaker Rt. Hon. Elvert Ayambem.
During the title conferment ceremony, Nton Bassey Nsan, the Clan Head of Nde, offered prayers for Speaker Ayambem, beseeching the land’s gods to continue guiding and supporting their distinguished son as he tirelessly serves the interests of the larger community.
The event unfolded in the heart of the Nde community and served as a celebration of culture, tradition, and dedicated political service. Distinguished guests, including prominent political leaders, traditional rulers, and community members, assembled to witness this momentous occasion.
Speaker Rt. Hon. Elvert Ayambem, deeply moved by the honor bestowed upon him, stressed the importance of preserving and celebrating the rich traditions of the Nde clan. He pledged to continue working diligently to improve the lives of the people through effective governance.
The festivities were marked by vibrant displays of traditional dances, melodious music, and sumptuous feasts, fostering an atmosphere of joy and unity among all attendees.
As Speaker Ayambem assumes the role of “Nton Aseh Amfam,” he carries the solemn responsibility of upholding the cherished values and traditions of the Nde clan while furthering his dedicated service to the people of Cross River State.