Ughelli Agog As David Edevbie Buries Father In Blaze of Glory

By Immaculate Igweh   Ughelli kingdom in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State was beheeve of activities at the weekend as the Chief of Staff to the Delta State Governor, Olorogun David Edevbie buries his father, the patriarch of Edevbie Dynasty, late Engr. Okpako James Rangers Edevbie in a blaze of glory in Afiesere community. The burial ceremony of the late patriarch who died at the ripe age of 93 started with open air Service of Song at Afiesere community on November 7, 2019. The serene Ughelli Metropolis…

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Brief: Late Pa Edevbie Begins His Final Journey On Nov. 7

  The burial rites of late Pa. Engr. Okpako James Edevbie, father to the Delta Chief of Staff Olorogun David will commence  on November 7, 2019. Burial programmes released by the family and made available to the EA Communications to the Governor of Delta State, clearly stated that the ceremonies shall commence on Thursday 7th and end on Sunday 10th November, 2019, respectively. It follows that top government officials, political associates, captains of industry, party faithfuls, friends and well wishers of the Edevbie family are to save the following dates…

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2023: Ibori Never Endorses Edevbie To Be Governor

By Omoghene Benedict,   … Sue For Peace, Unity Among Delta Central Politicians A Social Political Group in Delta Central has condemned a purported recent publication on social media alleging that the former governor of Delta State, Chief James Onanefe Ibori has endorsed Olorogun David Edevbie as the governorship candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party in 2023. The group in a statement urged the need for Delta Central politicians to be united and fight for a United Urhobo nation. According to the group, “Someone with malicious intent alleged on the social…

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Impending Flood: Edevbie Urges Residents In Flood Proned Areas To Relocate

By Omoghene Benedict, The Chief of Staff to Delta State Governor, Olorogun David Edevbie has urged residents residing in flood proned areas to relocated to a safer place in other to avoid the heavy rainfall that is imminent. Addressing newsmen in Asaba, Olorogun Edevbie noted that the 2019 seasonal rainfall prediction by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency, NEMA, reveals that coastal states like Delta would experience heavy rainfall that would last for days and leads to flooding. He said, “NIMET forecasts that there would be extended rainfall that would last between three…

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