The duo of Mr & Mrs Mark Otutufegha have appreciated dignitaries and Niger Deltans for gracing their marriage ceremony in Warri, Delta State over the weekend, praying that the Lord Almighty shall continue to increase them financially and otherwise in whatever they do.
Mr & Mrs Mark Otutufegha made this known to newsmen in Warri yesterday via a statement jointly signed by them, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.
They maintained that they feels so honoured to have seen dignitaries from all works of life within and outside the Niger Delta region thronging their marriage ceremony at the Shell Ramp, Enerhen, Warri, Delta State.
In their words: “Words have truly failed us to really appreciate all the highly placed calibre of personalities that took out their time to grace our marriage ceremony, we want to state again and again that from the deepest part of our hearts, we are grateful. It is our prayers that the Lord Almighty shall make celebration a constant thing in your households”
Some of the personalities the duo is appreciating include His Excellency, Deacon (Barr) Kingsley Burutu Otuaro, Deputy Governor of Delta state represented by Rt. Hon. Frank Enekorogha, His Royal Majesty, Elder Capt.( King ) Joseph I. Timiyan (JP), the Ebenanawei of Ogulagha Kingdom, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, Hon. Julius Pondi, member representing Burutu Federal Constituency, House of Representatives, Chief (Dr) Julius Takeme (JP), Chairman Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Delta South, Chief Mike E. Loyibo, CSP Samuel Aguade, Hon Godknows Angele, Chairman of Burutu Local Government, Chief Sunny Gbegha (JP), Mr Timi Baro, Chief Boro Lala, Chief Amb. Evans Etimigha (JP), Chief Torulololove, Namah Ekpoebide, Hon Ziboke Magbei, Hon comrade Frank Pukon, Secretary Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Worldwide, Engr Zap Peletiri, Comrade Emmanuel Akpule, Israel Boyz, BGS Burutu 2008, Light WBM, WRPC workers, NDU students, RCCG living water parish, IYC, NYCN, PCC Amassoma, Warri Bake, Holy Saviors parish, Triumph school staffs & Students, Otutufegha and the Ayemigho families with the host of others too numerous to mention.