By Binebai Princewill
Foremost Niger Delta master of ceremony, Mr. Azosibe Justin Bebenimibo, popularly known as MC Collabo has recalled the good time memories of his late father, late Dr. Prince Clement Okoro Bebenimibo seven years after his painful demise to the world beyond. The Liberator Newspapers can report.
While describing his father as a conflict management expert, an educationist and an impeccable icon, Collabo stated that his father was a father to all who came in contact with him during his days on earth, adding that late Clement Okoro Bebenimibo mentored a lot of many Niger Deltans that are now leaders in their various spheres today.
In his words: “Love leaves a memory no one can steal, but death leaves a memory no one can heal. It’s sad to know that my dad left us exactly 7years ago, but again it is a loving memory for me when I think about the life of my dad and all he did for me in the short time we spent together.
“The good memories remains with me forever, knowing the ability impacted by my dad into my life. All the good things that he taught me. An intelligent and intellectual man full of jokes, always stresses the importance of education and hard work in life to become a great person.
“Daddy, my heart bleeds each time I remember that you are gone, but your loving and caring fatherly role will continue to linger in my humble heart. He encouraged and supported so many in Gbaramatu and other places in terms of education.”
Speaking further, Collabo said he will not relent in working hard to ensure that his late father is proud of him even in death.