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  • Historical Photo; Late Oba Of Benin And His Wife Stare At A Royal Guard At Buckingham Palace London
  • Akenzua II, the late Oba of Benin, and one of his wives, Queen O. Akenzua, both dressed in traditional attire, standing beside a Royal Guard at Buckingham Palace, London, 12 August 1950. Queen Ohan Akenzua is the youngest of the Benin ruler's eight wives.

     Omo n'Oba n'Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Akenzua II (1899-1978) was the Oba of Benin (traditional leader of the Edo people, in Nigeria) from 1933 until his death, in 1978. Akenzua II ascended to the position upon the death of his father, Oba Eweka II, who reigned from 1914 and died in 1933.

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