Published On: Fri, Jun 28th, 2013

STORY/PHOTOS: Boji Boji Owa Agog for Orubebe as He Condoles with Ologodo’s Family

Mammoth crowd welcoming the Minister for Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs to the event

LAGOS JUNE 28TH (URHOBOTODAY) Minister of Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe recently visited Boji Boji Owa, Ika LGA, Delta State to condole with the family of his friend Chief Edwin Ologodo over the demise of their mother at the ripe age of 101. Oghenekevwe Laba presents the event in story and pictures

Minister of Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs Elder Godsday Orubebe arriving at event


Boji Boji Owa, a community in Ika Local Government Area of Delta was Agog when Minister of Niger Delta Affairs Elder Godsday ORUBEBE (CON) recently storm the Community with his entourage to condole with Chief Edwin Ologodo’s family during the celebration of the burial ceremony of their mother who passed on at the ripe age of 101 years.

From Right to Left Chief Barr. Tony Uti,Igboba of Aboh Kingdom and former Special Adviser to the Governor, Hon. Minister of Niger Delta, Elder Godsday Orubebe, Chief Barr. Alex Ikpiazu and .

His arrival at Barr Alex Ikpeazu’s House, where members of the Delta Elders, Leaders and Stakeholders forum had been having a Meeting and subsequently moving to the Burial reception scene changed the mode of the occasion as those present abandoned whatever activities they were engaged in and want to have a glimpse of the man who performed the MAGIC of turning Niger Delta Region from a state of squalor to a modern inhabiting Region.

(R-L) Chief Tony Uti Fmr Chairman Council Ndokwa East, Hon Minister Elder Godsday Orubebe & Chief Waka

The Cheers and reception which accompanied his arrival at the occasion coupled with recent events have shown that Orubebe is a Man chosen by God to be a Leader without ethnic or religious affiliation as his basis of discharging his God given duties to the society and mankind.
Although, the occasion was not a Political gathering, but the enthusiasm and manner at which he was received by the mammoth crowd, his distracters and those in opposition Camp were convinced beyond reasonable doubt that Orubebe is truly a Man of the People having shown his rare leadership quality in public office.

Minister of Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs Elder Godsday Orubebe in midst of Boji Boki kinsmen

While addressing the unprecedented crowd, Orubebe said he has come to condole with a friend turned brother on the death of his mother at the age 101 Years.
According to the Minister, “ his relationship with Chief Edwin Ologodo dates back from when he was Delta State ANPP Chairman while Chief Edwin Orogodo was Ika North East Chairman.” He maintained that since then the friendish have grown to become one large Family.
The Minister offered prayers for the repose of the soul of the demise, adding that the least age of death of everybody present should be that of Chief Orogodo’s late Mother.

Minister of Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs Elder Godsday Orubebe acknowledging cheers from admirers

Dignitaries present at the occasion were the wife of the Hon. Minister, Chief Barr. Sam Osasa, Special Adviser to the Hon. Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Chief Barr. Alex Ikpeazu Secretary of the forum and leader of Delta North, Chief Ineh of Owa, Chief Nzuwuogu – former chairman Ika North East LGA, Hon Joe Utomi, former Chairman Aniocha South LGA, Chief P.S Nwakor, former Chairman Ika LGA,Chief Awele Nwaezeigwe – former Chairman Oshimili North LGA, Hon Mike Ekwu, former House of Representative Member, Ika Federal Constituency, Chief Jasper Arinmokwu Chairman Ika Landlords Association.

SA toMin if Niger Delta Afairs, Hon Sam Osasa & Associate

Others were Professor Alika, Chief Edem Onah, Chief Tony Egbule, Coordinator of former Councilors of Delta State, Lady B, Ika South Woman Leader, Chief Jeff Asagba of Ndokwa West, former Ndokwa West Chairman, Chief Tony Uti, former Chairman Ndokwa East LGA and former Special Adviser to the Governor of Delta State, Chief Odua Nwanze, Chief Mark Uboh among others

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