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 council of Chiefs in Ofuoma community as directed by the council of Chiefs in Ughelli Kingdom came here today, because we lost one of our own Chief John Signor Egbagbara and to condole the family.
Speaking on behalf of the Chiefs, Olorogun Moses Erhabor described John Signor as a humble and truthful man and that was the name he used to celebrate his traditional chieftancy title, Uyota r’Ovie of Intelligence kingdom.
“Though he was aged but it is painful because we will be missing his wealth of experience, his death is not just a lost to the family alone but to us as a community and Ughelli kingdom”. Erhabor laments.
The Odjodji family led by, Sir. Chief L.S Odjoji JP, his condolence message, said, “We have come here to condole the Egbagbara family our in-law over the death of their father, Olorogun John Signor Egbagbara.
One of his son, Comrade Blessing Egbagbara married our daughter and ever since then, the relationship has been cordial.
“Odjoji who is the chairman of Justices of Peace in Delta central, “We have known him to be a man of principles and our relationship is cordial even when our father was alive. He is a man that hardly had issues with anybody.
“It is our prayers for the family that God should grant them the grace to bear the lost even as we are also grieved over his death.” Odjoji hinted.
He is survived by wife, children and family relatives.