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Eze Nri Ènweleána II Obidiegwu Onyeso

Eze Ènweleána II Obidiegwu Onyesoh is the 16th[citation needed] recorded, and currently ruling, Eze Nri of the Kingdom of Nri in modern-day southeastern Nigeria.[1] He reigns over the remnant of the oldest kingdom in contemporary Nigeria, and retains a ritual significance as the symbol of one of that country's most historically relevant peoples.

Eze Ènweleána II Obidiegwu Onyesoh
Eze Nri
Eze Enwelana.jpg
Eze Ènweleána II Obidiegwu Onyesoh attending an event.
Reign 1988 - present[1]
Predecessor Eze Jiọfọ II Taabansi Udene
Born Obeagu

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Regnal titles
Preceded by
Eze Nri Jiọfọ II Taabansi Udene
Eze Nri
1988 – present
Succeeded by
none


He is a Christian. He has no ritual influence over anybody. His Christian priest has influence over him.