Omote Condoles Prof Utuama Over Wife’s Death

By Kibruo Joseph The national coordinator of Elohim Political Forum, Prince Omote Emmanuel has commiserated with former Deputy Governor of Delta Prof. Amos Agbe Utuama SAN,  over the death of his adorable wife, late Dr Mrs.Tuwere Nelly Utuama. Prince Omote in his condolence message said, “The death of our mother is irreplaceable as she was a mother to sons and daughters of Delta State particularly in Ughelli South and Otu-Jeremi. He said “God is unquestionable and I pray Him to grant our father, Prof Amos Utuama, children and the entire…

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DTHA: Late Kenneth Ogba Had Huge Dreams, Hopes For His People-Speaker Oborevwori

  ….Describes His Death As Truly Devastating The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori, on Thursday, July 22nd, 2021 said that late Hon Kenneth Edafe Ogba had huge dreams and hopes for his people of Isoko South 1 State Constituency. While describing his death as truly devastating, he prayed that the House should not hold Valedictory session again on grief. In his Valedictory speech held in honour of the late lawmaker representing Isoko South 1 State Constituency, the Speaker said that he find it…

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Kenneth Ogba Death Left Me In Tears That Refuse To Stop-Askia

The Managing Director/ CEO of Desopadec Board, Bashorun Askia Ogieh has described the death of the member representing Isoko South Constituency I, Kenneth Ogba at the Delta State House of Assembly as a tragedy that has left him with tears that has refused to stop. Bashorun Askia in a statement said, “I was in a numb, dazed state when the unthinkable, painful and sad news reached me that my very close confidant, friend and junior brother, Honourable Kenneth Ogba, Member representing Isoko South Constituency I in the Delta State of…

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Delta Speaker, Oborevwori Mourns Kenneth Ogba

  The Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori has expressed shock over the sudden demise of the member representing Isoko South 1 Constituency in the House, Hon Kenneth Edafe Ogba. The lawmaker reportedly slumped and died on Sunday, June 27,2021. In a Press statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Dennis Otu, the Speaker described the death of the lawmaker as one too many, saying that the news of his demise came to him as a rude shock. While describing the late lawmaker as…

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Bob Marley: The Legend Lives On 39 Years After

By Sunday Apah     Robert Nesta Marley was born on the 6th of February 1945 in the Saint Ann Parish of Jamaica . His father Norval Sinclair Marley was a white man in his 50s and his mother Cedella Booker was a black woman who was 18 years old. Due to this, he suffered a lot of racial prejudice in his childhood. Although his father provided the family with financial support, he was away most of the time on his work related trips. Bob Marley was ten years old…

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Oborevwori Mourns Sudden Death Of Tim Owhofere

  It is with heavy heart that I received the shocking and devastating news of the sudden passing of the Majority Leader of the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon Tim Kome Owhefere KSC, on Wednesday 27th January, 2021. I am broken by his demise. While I commiserate with the wife, children, family, friends and associates, I have lost a dependable colleague, quintessential lawmaker and a friend. Again, my heart goes out to the Isoko nation for this huge loss. My colleague, Hon Owhefere died when his vast and expansive…

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Bashorun Askia Foundation Offers Free Medical Treatment To Isoko Indigenes

By Ted Atagbaza   In continuation of his humanitarian activities in the State, the Managing Director/CEO of Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC, Bashorun Askia Ogieh, under the auspices of the Bashorun Askia Foundation, BAF, organised free medical treatment for Isoko Indigenes. The three-day exercise which took off on Saturday, 23rd of January, 2021, at the Bashorun Askia Civic Center, Uzere, ended today, Monday, 25th of January, 2021, amidst encomiums from the Indigenes. Declaring the exercise open, Bashorun Ogieh said it was the little he could do for…

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Delta Policemen Get N200 As COVID-19 Allowance

Policemen in Delta State have been paid N200 as COVID-19 allowance, with many of them describing it as not only embarrassing, but a mockery of the Force. While making the disclosure to Vanguard, Monday, some police operatives, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the amount was paid to all police personnel in the state who embarked on various policing services during the COVID-19 lockdown. Speaking on behalf of the aggrieved policemen, one of them disclosed that they had been asked to submit details of their salary accounts for the…

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Ofuoma Council Of Chiefs, Odjoji Family Pay Condolence Visit To Egbagbara Family

By Benedict Omoghene,    The Ofuoma Council of Chief, Odjoji family of Oteri-Ughelli community have paid a condolence visit to the children and family of late Olorogun John Signor Egbagbara Olorogun John Signor Egbagbara, a retired HM Special Grade II, died  peacefully at after he had had a lengthy discussion with one of his children at the ripe age of 92. He will be missed by his immediate children, family and community for his leadership qualities, principles and discipline. The Ofuoma Council of Chiefs in their condolence said, “We the…

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How Doctors Ignored My Child At Oleh General Hospital- Uzih

  An angry mother, Mrs Franca Evi Uzih has called on the state government to wade into the lazy attitude of some medical practitioners in the state. She made this known when she took her son that was sick to Oleh General Hospital, Isoko South local government Area for medical attention and was made to return home because it was not an emergency situation. According to her on her facebook post to Umeh Need Road facebook page, she said, the Doctor told me that,”if you fall down now then I…

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