Pa be­comes Ok­pako-orhere of Oghara, Ag­barha-otor

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - NEWS -

THE coro­na­tion of Pa Amos Orhov­wom­oriemu Og­bodo Idib­i­ago as the

Ok­pako-orhere (old­est man) of Oghara, Ag­barha-otor, holds on Satur­day, April 21, 2018 at Odje fam­ily homestead, Oghara, Ag­barha-otor, via Ughelli, Ethiope West Lo­cal Coun­cil, Delta State, at 10.00 a.m.

An in­vi­ta­tion by his son, Mr. Abra­ham Og­bodo, The

Guardian Edi­tor, reads: “The event is coro­na­tion of my fa­ther as the old­est man in my com­mu­nity. His own fa­ther, my grand­fa­ther, Idib­i­ago Me­vayero Odje, died in 1977 as Ok­paruku of Oro­gun King­dom and per­haps, as the old­est man in the then Eastern Urhobo Divi­sion…”

“The sec­ond as­pect of the cer­e­mony, which is cru­cial, is the pre­sen­ta­tion of the four-class­room block I built in mem­ory of my grand­mother to the sec­ondary school in my vil­lage,” Og­bodo said.

Pa Og­bodo

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