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Kingship of Perekule and his descendants as successors do not prevail over the God-given inalienable natural rights of the "Duawaris" the Founding and Aboriginal Royal Houses of the Kingdom. This was long before King Perekule created chieftaincy position in the kingdom, beginning with Allison-Nwaoju of the Allison-Nwaoju Major House of the kingdom about the second half of the 18th century. From time immemorial, the traditional rulers of the 'Duawaris' who are not kings are 'Aseme-Alapu' chiefs of aboriginal royal blood and 'Amadapu' subordinate heads of inalienable heritage of the kingdom.
In other words, the traditional rulership position of the traditional rulers of the 'Duawaris' are based on their God-given inalienable natural law and natural right of succession from the patriarchs founding fathers and aboriginal kings monarchs and the rest of the founding generation ancient [aboriginal] landmarks of the kingdom.
The founding generation Ancient Grand Bonny Kingdom and their direct-blood descendants that make up the 'Duawaris' of the kingdom exclusively lived in and ruled Ancient Grand Bonny Kingdom for many centuries before the period of King Perekule.
Bonny kingdom became important in the 15th century with the arrival of the Portuguese and the growth of the Atlantic slave trade. Later the Dutch and then the British took control of the slave trade in the region, with the British renaming the port "Bonny". When the British passed an act to abolish the slave trade in , the port turned to export of palm oil products, ivory and Guinea pepper. William Dappa Pepple I ascended the throne in In the British deported the king.
Lynslager, signed a document on 11 September appointing the chiefs Anne Pepple, Ada Allison, Captain Hart and Manilla Pepple as a regency, required to consult with Banigo and Oko Jumbo , "two gentlemen of the river". Oko Jumbo, who became leader of the Manilla Pepple house and effective ruler of the kingdom, became engaged in a struggle with the Annie Pepple house, which was led by a chief named Jubo Jubogha , known as Ja-Ja to the British. In an attempt to stabilize the situation, the British restored King William Dappa Pepple I in , and for the next five years until his death on 30 September the kingdom was relatively peaceful.
In a major battle between the two factions led to Ja-Ja founding a new state at Opobo , further inland, taking some of the palm oil trade away from Bonny. Bonny had previously been on reasonably good terms with the Kalabari Kingdom , a trading state on the New Calabar and Imo rivers. With the loss of trade to Opobo, Bonny began pushing up rivers traditionally controlled by Kalabari, causing a series of armed clashes. Bonny was at times assisted by the Nembe Kingdom to the west and Okrika further inland, while Opobo allied with Kalabari.
In , and again in the British consul had to intervene and force the feuding parties to agree to treaties.
The unstable balance of power within Bonny deteriorated. On 14 December King George was deposed. The next year Oko Jumbo fell out with the other chiefs in Bonny.
There were rumors that he wanted to place one of his sons on the throne, although a planned coup attempt in January came to nothing. Another son, Herbert Jumbo, who had been educated in England, quarreled with his father and placed himself under the protection of the British consul. In February a protectorate treaty was concluded between Bonny and Britain.
A ruling council was established, and King George Pepple was restored to his throne.
Oko Jumbo was publicly degraded, his bans on Christianity were repealed and afterwards he was a spent force in Bonny politics. Following were the later independent rulers of Okoloma. Rulers after the kingdom became part of the British protectorate, then the independent Federation of Nigeria: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Traditional state in Nigeria. Traditional state. Bexley Council.