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Tesiginmoje Bags Delta Indigenous Newspaper Publishers Award

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Tesiginmoje Bags Delta Indigenous Newspaper  Publishers Award Odeworitse Tesiginmoje receiving the award from Mr Femi Odonmeta  A renown businessman and philanthropist in the Niger Delta, Chief Brown Odeworitse Tesiginmoje has bagged the prestigious Delta Grassroots Media Award of Excellence for distinguishing himself as lover of humanity and people oriented leader. While receiving the award from Delta Guild of Indigenous Newspaper Publishers at his residence in Warri recently, Chief Tesiginmoje said that the award came to him as a surprise, stressing that the award would spur him to do more for humanity. He noted that the task of bringing about meaningful development in our society should be the concern of everybody, stressing that our leaders has great role to play. He promised to continue to assist the needy in the society and continue to be a voice of reasoning for peace and development of Nigeria. Chief Tesiginmoje pointed out that there is virtue in hard work and
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GBAGI BAGS DELTA PUBLISHERS AWARD Olorogun Kenneth  Gbagi A renown Businessman and frontline gubernatorial aspirant for the 2023 governorship elections in Delta State, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi has bagged the Delta Grassroots Media Award of excellence in recognition of his contributions to the vulnerable people in the society during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown in the State. The award which was presented to him by the Delta State Publishers under the aegis of Delta Guild of Indigenous Newspaper Publishers was received on his behalf by his son, Chief Emuobor Gbagi, a Special Assistant to the Governor of Delta Sate on Youth Development at the Gbagi’s residence in Warri recently. Shortly before the presentation of the award, the president of the Guild, Mr. Femi Odonmeta, Stated that the prestigious award is part of the Guild’s oversight functions of recognizing Individuals and Group that are contributing immensely to the growth and development of the State and welfare of the

ARMED YOUTHS INVADE AGOLILA VILLAGE, ESCRAVOS *KIDNAPPED A BUSINESS MAN *SHOT AND INJURED DISPLACED INDIGENES OF UGBOEGUNGUN COMMUNITY

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ARMED YOUTHS INVADE AGOLILA VILLAGE, ESCRAVOS *KIDNAPPED A BUSINESS MAN *SHOT AND INJURED DISPLACED INDIGENES OF UGBOEGUNGUN COMMUNITY Mr. Gbekele Omonuberu Mr. Eric Otsema Asawa The quiet village of Agolila in Escravos Area was thrown into confusion when some unidentified armed youths invaded the village in many speedboats. They shot and took away forcefully an Ondo Businessman, Mr. Gbekele Omonuberu residing in the village and also shot and injured other persons including Mr. Eric Otsema Asawa, an Ugboegungun Community refugee who is presently receiving treatment at the Warri Central Hospital. The incident according to an eye-witness account which also led to some of the victims sustaining machete cuts, took place at the early hours of Tuesday May 12, 2020. The matter has since been reported to the Area Commander, Nigerian Police, Burutu who directed that Mr. Eric Asawa who sustained a big cut in his left hand as a result of the gun shot, be taken to Warri Centra
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Why we support Prof. Ibrahim Gambari as Chief of Staff ---------Olu of Warri-----------------By Emma Arubi The  Olu of Warri and President Buhari The Olu of Warri Ogiame Ikenwoli has given reasons why he supports the appointment of erudite Prof. Ibrahim Agboola Gambari as the New Chief of Staff (CSO) to President Muhammadu Buhari, saying that he is a very intelligent, well-travelled, well read, a detribalized Nigerian and most importantly he has a vast knowledge of Nigeria with her over 250 tribes with various cultural background. According to him, “it is for these reasons therefore i write on behalf of myself and the entire people of Warri kingdom to congratulate him and wish him resounding success in this assignment. “Prof Gambari comes to this job with huge credentials, one of which is his versatile experience in conflict prevention and resolution, an experience that we hope he will bring to bear in performing his duties to assist the President in the continued

Okwagbe Indigenes in Diaspora Donates Stimulus Package

Okwagbe Indigenes in Diaspora Donates Stimulus Package Okwagbe lndigenes in Diaspora have donated palliatives to the people of Okwagbe community in Ughelli South Local Government Area, LGA, of Delta State. The items include three cows ,hand sanitizers and plastic buckets for regular hand washing.  Mr. Japhet Efakpokrire, President of Okwagbe lndigenes in Diaspora, while making the presentation at the Community Town Hall in Otor Okwagbe (Okwagbe lnland ), said the group made up of indigenes based in Warri, Asaba, Lagos ,Abuja, and abroad found it necessary to support their kith and kins. While speaking on the need to observe physical distancing, he advised the community executive to always educate people on the need to avoid large gatherings. He said "This donation is a gesture of our goodwill towards our people. We have come to give the little that we have. I advise the community leadership to use their good office to share everything equitably as they adhere strictly to regula
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BURIAL CEREMONY OF DEACON AGANBI Pa. S. E. Aganbi The burial ceremony of Barr. Deacon Emeritus Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi commenced on Friday May 8, 2020 at his Country Home, Canaan Land, Koko with a burning fire. According to the Eldest son of Baba, Mr. Tunde Aganbi, the burning fire signifies the commencement of Papa’s Funeral and also the opening of Canaan land to the public. He said "Canaan Land is a place that was founded by Pa. S.E. Aganbi, it is an healing centre. The land cured Papa of an ailment that would have cost him his life at an early stage in life. Papa lived and became the Olare-Aja of the Community, in a Land where he was threatened by an ailment as a child". "Amongst other beautiful endowment of life for relaxation, Canaan land is a home away from home, bringing you to the natural existence of human in an African style." He further stated. The children of Papa have unanimously agreed to make Canaan Land a monumental park open to

TIDI COMMISSIONS HYGENE TUNNEL IN WARRI

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           TIDI COMMISSIONS HYGENE TUNNEL IN WARRI Hon. Dr. Micheal Tidi As part of his frantic effort to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Chairman of Warri South LGA, Hon (Dr.) Mike Tidi has commissioned Hypo Disinfecting tunnel at the entrance of Ugbudu Market, Warri. Briefly before the exercise, Hon. Tidi expressed gratitude to the management of Hypo for their kind gesture. The Council Boss said that the importance of the hygiene tunnel cannot be over-emphasized, and appealed to buyers and sellers to go through the tunnel for their own sake. “Covid-19 virus”, he said, “is real and it is better to stay safe than go for treatment”. A representative of Hypo, Mr. Festus Oroh urged traders and buyers in the market to make effective use of the hygiene tunnel so as to prevent the spread of the pandemic.

Ugbajo-Itsekiri U.S.A Inc. doles out Palliatives to Itsekiri Communities

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Ugbajo-Itsekiri U.S.A Inc. doles out Palliatives  to Itsekiri Communities        Representatives of Sapele Itsekiri Community in a group photograph with Mrs. Rebecca Anune Begho & Mr. Eyisan Omagbemi By Tetsoma Neyin Ugbajo Itsekiri U S A Inc., a non-governmental organisation known for their immense contributions to humanity has distributed Palliatives worth thousands of naira to some Itsekiri communities as part of their effort to cushion the sufferings of the people caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The palliatives which include bags of rice, beans and garri were given to Ubeji, Egbokodo, Ifie kporo, Aja-Etan, Ijala-Ikeren, Sapele Itsekiri Community and Ajimele Communities. Each of these communities received five bags of rice, five bags of beans and five bags of garri. The presentation of the palliatives to the benefiting communities which was done by the Vice President of Ugbajo-Itsekiri USA, Mrs. Rebecca Anune Begho, Mr. Eyisan Omagbemi, Patron of the group a

OLARE-AJA OF KOKO, DEACON AGANBI FOR BURIAL MAY 9, 2020

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OLARE-AJA OF KOKO, DEACON AGANBI FOR BURIAL MAY 9, 2020 Olare-Aja of Koko Community, Deacon Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi The remains of the Olare-Aja of Koko, Deacon Emeretus Stephen Ejueyitsi Aganbi will be committed to mother earth quietly on Saturday May 9, 2020 at his home town, Koko, Headquarters of Warri North Local Government Council. In a statement signed by the family and made available to Warri Voice Newspaper, it was revealed that a Service of Songs will be held in his honour at his Country Home, Canaan land, Koko on Friday May 8, 2020, while the burial will take place the following day. It would be recalled that Late Pa. Aganbi, a legal luminary and a politician par excellence passed on to glory on Thursday March 19, 2020 at the age of 99. He is survived by many children, Grand Children, Great Grand Children and numerous Relatives including Mr. Tunde Aganbi (Eldest Son), Andrew Aganbi and Felix Aganbi.

WOMAN LEADER, AGHOGIN COMMENDS EBOSA’S DEVELOPMENT STRIDES, CANVASSES GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FOR HIS EFFORT

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WOMAN LEADER, AGHOGIN COMMENDS EBOSA’S DEVELOPMENT STRIDES, CANVASSES GOVERNMENT SUPPORT FOR HIS EFFORT Mrs. Aghogin Esimaje Ukawa The magnificent development activities of Hon. (Dr) Prince Godwin Toritseju Ebosa, in opening up various communities in Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State has caught the watchful eyes of Mrs. Aghogin Esimaje Ukawa, PDP Woman Leader in Warri North LGA, who is also the Secretary, Ijalla Descendant Union of Oboghoro, Sapele Branch.  In a chat with Warri Voice recently in Sapele, Mrs. Ukawa pointed out that “Dr. Ebosa is a rare leader, even while not in government office, he  is still actively involved in the development of his community”. She also referred to the great contributions that Ebosa has made in the development of Obitugbo Community near Koko. Mrs. Aghogin Esimaje Ukawa, a community leader and a veteran politician disclosed that she was marveled by the enormous contributions that Godwin Ebosa is making in the on-going shore