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Chief Eyewoma doles out Christmas Palatives

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Chief Eyewoma doles out Christmas Palatives Chief and Mrs. Oma Eyewoma  News: Chief Eyewoma doles out Christmas Palatives Chief and Mrs. Oma Eyewoma have again affected the lives of people living in Warri South LGA and its environs positively by giving them Christmas palative to celebrate the festive season.     Beneficiaries waiting patiently for their palative The palative which includes rice, chicken, yam and garri was distributed to both young and old with special attention to the aged ones  on Thursday December 23, 2021 at their Warri residence.   Mrs. Caroline Eyewoma presenting Chicken and rice to one of the beneficiaries Addressing the beneficiaries shortly before the distribution of the palatives, Chief and Mrs. Oma Eyewoma who were overjoyed to be able to give back to the society said that this yearly exercise carried out by them is to ensure that the less privilege people around them are able to join in the celebration. One of

Iwere Women Prayer Network holds second edition of Prayer retreat in Warri

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Iwere Women Prayer Network holds second edition of Prayer retreat in Warri R-L: Olori Atuwatse III & Pst. (Mrs.) Juliet Olley News: By Tetsoma Neyin Iwere Women Prayer Network holds second edition of Prayer retreat in Warri Iwere Women Prayer Network under the leadership of her Majesty, Olori Atuwatse III, has again organised a prayer retreat to intercede for Iwere land and for God to sustain His victory songs in the nooks and crannies of all Itsekiri communities. The one day prayer retreat with the theme  'Victory at last' which was held on Wednesday December 15, 2021 at the Olu Palace(Aghofen) Warri, had in attendance wives of Chiefs from Warri kingdom and other prominent Itsekiri women from within the three Warri Local Government Areas. Olori Atuwatse III(3rd: R-L) in a group photograph with Coordinators of the programme including Rev. Blaise Aboyowa Adedeji(3rd: L-R) & Lady Bishop Regina Otone(2nd: R-L) In her victory speech, the convener of

DIRECTORATE OF HUMANITARIAN, COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES; CREATED TO STRENGTHEN THE WEAK POINTS OF VULNERABLE HOMES - ANYAFULU

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DIRECTORATE OF HUMANITARIAN, COMMUNITY, SOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES; CREATED TO STRENGTHEN THE WEAK POINTS OF VULNERABLE HOMES - ANYAFULU    Honourable Commissioner for Humanitarian, Community & Social Support Services, Hon. Barr. Bridget Anyafulu  News: DIRECTORATE OF HUMANITARIAN, COMMUNITY, SOCIAL SUPPORT SERVICES; CREATED TO STRENGTHEN THE WEAK POINTS OF VULNERABLE HOMES - ANYAFULU  The Honourable Commissioner for Humanitarian, Community and Social Support Services, Hon Barr Bridget Anyafulu has said that the Directorate was created to strengthen the weak points of the vulnerable homes in Delta State.  She made this revelation while playing host to selected group of Publishers of community newspapers in the state, who were in her office for a partnership meeting  towards an aggressive publicity of the ideals, policies and programmes of the new Directorate to the grassroots populace. Anyafulu underscored the importance of Community Media in achieving the set goals set ou

Itsekiri Renaissance Group pays homage to Olu of Warri

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Itsekiri Renaissance Group pays homage to Olu of Warri Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III in a group photograph with the Iyatsere of Warri, Chief Johnson Amatserunleghe(4th: L-R), Chief Brown Mene(3rd: R-L) & delegates of Itsekiri Renaissance Group News: Itsekiri Renaissance Group pays homage to Olu of Warri Itsekiri Renaissance Group (IRG), a platform of like-minded Itsekiris who have come together for the progress of Warri kingdom has paid a courtesy visit to Ogiame Atuwatse III, the Olu of Warri on Thursday December 16, 2021 at Aghofen, Warri to keep him abreast of their activities. IRG which commenced operations early in 2021, has over 250 members who are made of historians, executives, technocrats, students, politicians, businessmen, young people, retirees and eminent Itsekiri men and women. Chairman of Itsekiri Renaissance Group, Mr. Oti Ikomi giving his speech In his brief speech, Chairman of Itsekiri Renaissance Group, Mr. Oti Ikomi thanked the Olu of

See how Ugbajo Itsekiri USA touched lives with free Cataract retreat in Delta.

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See how Ugbajo Itsekiri USA touched lives with free Cataract retreat in Delta.    President of Ugbajo Itsekiri USA, Mr. Jemine Okotie-Yesin & his wife (6th & 7th: L-R), his Son(Extreme left) in a group photograph with founder of Africa Cataract & Eye Foundation, Dr. Okorodudun(2nd: L-R), his wife(3rd: L-R) & other staff of the foundation News: By Tetsoma Neyin See how Ugbajo Itsekiri USA touched lives with free Cataract retreat in Delta.  In furtherance of  their charitable works to humanity, Ugbajo Itsekiri USA Inc. a none profitable organisation based in the United States in collaboration with Africa Cataract and Eye Foundation have again affected lives positively through their ongoing seven days free cataract treatment and surgeries retreat in Delta. Mrs. Okorodudun in standby to administer drugs to patients The flag-off of the free cataract treatment and surgeries which cut across ethnic barriers took place on Sunday December 12, 2021 and con

TENUMAH BAGS TWO HUMANITARIAN SERVICE AWARDS

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TENUMAH BAGS TWO HUMANITARIAN SERVICE AWARDS News: TENUMAH BAGS TWO HUMANITARIAN SERVICE AWARDS Ajudabo Community in Warri South-West Local Government Area has honoured one of her own, Mr. Monday Tenumah, Chief Executive Officer of Esimon Nig. Company with the conferment of Community Service Award in recognition of his immense contributions to the community.  The award was presented to Mr. Monday Tenumah in a colourful ceremony held at Ajudaibo Community on Friday November 18, 2021.  While presenting the award to Mr. Monday Tenumah, the acting Olare-Aja of the community, Pa. R.A.U Edema commended the recipient and appealed to all indigenes and friends of the community to copy from the good example of Mr. Monday Tenumah. Responding Mr. Monday Tenumah thanked the community for recognizing his little contributions to the community.  In the same vein, the Management and Students of Udaibo Primary School, Ajudaibo has also conferred Distinguished Service Award on Mr.

Olori Atuwatse III Launches Free Healthcare Initiative in Delta State

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Olori Atuwatse III Launches Free Healthcare Initiative in Delta State Olori Atuwatse III, addressing participants News: By Tetsoma Neyin Olori Atuwatse III Launches Free Healthcare Initiative in Delta State In a bid to improve lives and healthcare services for the people of Delta State, particularly the elderly, women and children, Her Majesty, Olori Atuwatse III of Warri Kingdom, has launched the Wuwu Ore initiative(mother's love) which is geared towards providing palliative care, advanced medical checks, treatments and medical screenings is also supported by His Majesty, the Olu of Warri Kingdom, Ogiame Atuwatse III as well as private and government stakeholders interested in the wellbeing of  Deltans. Olori Atuwatse III praying for a sick child At the first occasion of the initiative held Saturday December 11, 2021, in the state, numerous indigenes from various communities converged at Ode Itsekiri, ancestral home of Itsekiris and were offered a wide rang

SHELL BRIDGE IN AJUDAIBO NOW DEATH TRAP TO PEDESTRIANS, MOTORIST

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SHELL BRIDGE IN AJUDAIBO NOW DEATH TRAP TO PEDESTRIANS, MOTORIST          Shell death trap Bridge News: SHELL BRIDGE IN AJUDAIBO NOW DEATH TRAP TO PEDESTRIANS, MOTORIST  The multi million naira bridge built by Shell Development Company linking Madangho with Ajudaibo and other communities is now a death trap to both pedestrians and motorists plying the  road as the rails supporting both edges of the bridge has fallen off thus making both pedestrians and motorists to cross the bridge with apparent fear of falling into the river.  The situation of the bridge is so bad that a tipper which fell-off into the river from the bridge since last year is still at the spot as the state of both the road and the bridge has made it impossible to bring in another heavy duty vehicle to remove the fallen tipper.  Also the road linking Ajudaibo Community with that of Ogidigben Community has almost been cut into two by waves from the Sea.  Speaking on the dangerous bridge and the road which peo