Ijaw music don, Chief Kingsley Takemebo, alias the Mienkuro of Africa has on behalf of his family and music organisation appreciated all those that supported him morally and financially during his music album launch.
While appreciating the Lord Almighty for the success of the programme, he maintained that he will not forget all those that worked so hard to ensure that the occasion is successful.
The young Ijaw music luminary issued the congratulatory message to newsmen in Warri earlier today via a statement he personally signed, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.
It would be recalled that the music album launch/declaration of interest for the Delta State Governorship race by Amb. Chief Sheriff Mulade attracted dignitaries from almost all Ijaw Kingdoms in Delta State.
Takemebo while acknowledging all those that launched his music album said if he continues to mention all the personalities, he will not be able to mention everyone hence no matter what, he can’t dare to forget Amb. Chief Comr. Sheriff Mulade, 2023 Governorship aspirant cum chief host and launcher of the album, Hon. George Ekpemupolo, Chairman of the day, Amb. Dr. Shedrack Agediga, Executive Director, Planning, Research and Statistics, DESOPADEC, Sir Akpos Oturubo, SSA to Governor Okowa, Sir Victor Tonlagha, Amb. Dr. Comr. Ebitonmo Anthony Alapala, Comr. Austin Ozobo, SA to Governor Okowa.
Others include Chief Joseph Ekeremieye, Abel Igenisuobai, Sir Coded M. Buku, Comr. Pepe Warelade, Mr. Perez, Comr. Alex Owei with the host of other Ijaw musicians.
Speaking further, Takemebo had also appreciated his fans that came out in their numbers to grace the occasion, comrades as well as different groups that honoured his invitation.
The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide can report that the launching ceremony was done yesterday Sunday the 5th of September 2021 at the famous Chief Tune Smooth Playground, NPA, Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State.
The launched music album by Chief Kingsley Takemebo is titled “SUPPORT IJAW 2023 FOR DELTA STATE GOVERNORSHIP”