By Binebai Princewill

Former Chairman of Yokiri Community in Ogulagha Kingdom, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, Engr. Moses Ibilou has appreciated Niger Deltans for turning out in their numbers to grace the burial ceremony of his mother, Late Mama Boarnage Harfordu Sarah Ibilou Okunwanzei (Nee Edinmode) at Obotobo II Community.

The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide can report that Late Mama Boarnage Harfordu Sarah Ibilou Okunwanzei (Nee Edinmode) was given a befitting burial on Friday 28th of April 2023 at Obotobo II Community, a function that saw many dignitaries across the Niger Delta in attendance.

Nevertheless, in the appreciation message, Engr. Moses Ibilou, third child of late Mama Boarnage Harfordu Sarah Ibilou had noted that he feels so honoured to host such important personalities during his mother’s burial.

According to him, he is thankful to the Lord Almighty for the success of the burial and everything in his life, however, he continued that special thanks goes to the following persons owing to their moral and financial supports before and during the burial.

They include “His Royal Majesty, Elder Dr. King Capt. Joseph Timiyan (JP), Agbonu, Torububor 1, Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom, Hon. George Ekpemupolo, former Chairman, Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State, High Chief Kestin Pondi, General Manager, Tantita Security Services, Rt. Hon. Julius Pondi, member representing Burutu Federal Constituency, House of Representatives, Amb. Dr. Shedrack Agediga, Sir Godfrey Pondi, Gen. Freedom Adowei, Comr. Roland Dede, President Ogulagha Kingdom Youth Council (OKYC), Happy Oye. ”

Others include “Sokebolou and Yokiri men and women, Obotobo I & II men and women, Ogulagha men and women as well as Isaba community and Ogulagha Kingdom traditional council of Chiefs. “

Meanwhile, Ibilou continued that the list will be incomplete without the following category of persons Chief Peter Ikiogha, Chief Johnbull Demebi, Chief TMO Douglas, beautiful gate zion church sokebolou, pastor Zide’s Church, Ogulagha, Barr Friday Seimode, Barr Prince Koboya Seimode, captain Amos Seimode, Seigbegha Idumu people, the community chairman and Idumu chairman, all the Ogulagha kingdom chairmen, youth presidents, chair ladles, United ladies of sokebolou zion with the host of others too numerous to mention