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KOKO COMMUNITY: OLU OF WARRI GIVES ONIYEBURUTAN LED EXECUTIVES ADDITIONAL TWO YEARS TO COMPLETE TENURE

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  KOKO COMMUNITY: OLU OF WARRI GIVES ONIYEBURUTAN LED EXECUTIVES ADDITIONAL TWO YEARS TO COMPLETE TENURE   Engineer David Oniyeburutan      His Majesty,Ogiame Atuwatse III(CFR), The Olu of Warri has given former  KCMA Chairman, Engineer David Oniyeburutan led Executives additional two years to complete their tenure.   The Olu of Warri made the proclamation at his Palace(Aghofen) today January 31, 2023 when the indigenes of Koko  community paid him a courtesy visit, adding that the extension takes effect immediately.   It would be recalled that the executive of KCMA was dissolved late last year as a result of internal crises within the body and a three man committee headed by Chief Brown Mene was setup by the Olu to resolve the issue.      

Ex-Governor Uduaghan’s Father-In-Law for Burial January 20th

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Ex-Governor Uduaghan’s Father-In-Law for Burial January 20th Ex-Governor Uduaghan’s Father-In-Law For Burial January 20th The final burial rites for the late father-in-law of the immediate past Governor of Delta State, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, Brigadier-General Sunny Esijolomi Tuoyo (retd.), has been slated for Friday January 20th, 2023, in Warri. Brig.Gen. Touyo, a former Military Administrator of old Ondo State during the military regime of General Olusegun Obasanjo, died at 87 years in Lagos. He passed on Saturday, December 17, 2022 in Lagos State, according to a statement issued by the family. Already, a five-day burial rites for the deceased had commenced with Service of Songs & Tributes and Commendation Service in Ibadan, Oyo State. According to the burial programme issued by the family, the remains of Brigadier General Tuoyo, will be interred at a private family interment after a funeral service at First Baptist Church, GRA Warri. It said reception will hold after the Church s

N52M RELIEF MONEY ABOUT TO TEAR OMADINO COMMUNITY APART

 N52M RELIEF MONEY ABOUT TO TEAR OMADINO COMMUNITY APART The N52M relief money paid by Chevron to oil rich Omadino Community is about to tear the community apart, following report received by Warri Voice Newspaper.  Briefing Warri Voice Newpaper recently at Omadino town hall, Priest Roland Yomere, the Ashaka of Omadino confirmed that Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) paid N52M to the Community for relief materials following a spillage at the Uton-Nanna flow station.  He further disclosed that twenty percent of the money has been given to those indegenes who facilitated the payment of the money according to Omadino constitution.  In a large gathering of the community Elders and Executives, it was agreed that N30M of the money should be used to rehabilitate the Community town hall. On the contrary, Mr. Emma Lagos and his group are of the opinion that the N30M slated for the renovation of the hall is on the high side and that part of the money should be set aside for taking care of Omadino Co

Disregard Report of Trust Chairman - Prominent Sons, Daughters of Ureju Community tells Indigenes

  Disregard Report of  T rust  Ch airman  -   Pr ominent  So ns , D aughters of Ureju  C ommunity tells  I ndigenes   The Ureju Community prominent sons and daughters in Warri North Local Government Area of Delta State have urged indigenes of the community to disregard the report of a purported confirmation of Mr. Eniyan Tonwe as the trust Chairman by Pa Gabriel Ebisanine Akpata, noting that nothing of such was discussed during their visit to the palace of the Olu of Warri.   They  made this disclosure in a press statement,   yesterday in Warri ,  signed by Hon. Oritsetimeyin Orugboh, former member of Delta State House of Assembly and a notable indegene of UREJU community .   According to him,  “ the issues discussed at the palace of the Olu of Warri centered on the oldest Man of the Community and the palace has only instructed Pa Gabriel Ebisanine Akpata to relocate back to the community and reside there for a particular period before he will then be ratified as the oldest man of the

MISSION ROAD PARLIAMENT, SAPELE SET TO PRESENT AWARD TO PETER FREGENE

  MISSION ROAD PARLIAMENT, SAPELE SET TO PRESENT AWARD TO PETER FREGENE National Team Goalkeeper, 19661983, Mr. Peter Fregene will tomorrow Sunday January 8, 2023 receive an award of excellence from Mission Road Parliament, Sapele.   Warri Voice Newspaper gathered that the award is part of the activities lined up by the group this year.   The group will also visit orphanage home in Sapele where they will donate items worth thousands of Naira to them.   Climax of the event on that day will be a special party where members of the club will feast with invited guests.