The duo of Comr. Morris Esegha and his heartbeat Helen Uduru will on Saturday the 26th of February 2022 exchange marital vows in Warri.
According to information at The Liberator’s possession, while the traditional marriage ceremony will be taking place today the 24th of February 2022 at Chief Obi Close, Ugboroke, 12pm, the wedding will be on Saturday the 26th of February 2022 at Living Faith Church, A.K.A, Winners Chapel Ugboroke. 9AM.
However, the duo had noted that reception for the wedding will follow immediately at Auntie Rose School Field, Off airport Road, Ugboroke, Delta State by 1Pm.
The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide can report that one of the Ijaw finest Musician, Chief Kingsley Takemebo, recipient of The Liberator Newspaper 4th Anniversary award will perform live to thrill dignitaries.
Meanwhile, the duo had invited friends and members of the general public to grace the marriage ceremony, stressing that all arrangements have been concluded towards hosting as many as possible dignitaries that would be gracing the ceremony.
Nevertheless, Comr. Morris Esegha is the Chairman of Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Diebiri Clan in Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State and also Mobilisation Officer of the revered Delta Ijaw Comrade Community (DICC).
We will make Esegha’s marriage a comrade affair – DICC President
On his part, when contacted, Amb. Binebai Yerin Princewill, President general of the Delta Ijaw Comrade Community (DICC) had vowed that the prestigious group will make Esegha’s marriage a comrade affair as he is a critical member of the group who has contributed his quota towards the growth and development of Ijaw nation in his own capacity.
Binebai asserted that it is important for comrades to show solidarity to one another, stressing that Esegha has done well hence will be adequately encouraged by the group.
It was further learnt that Comr. Anthony Demebide, the microphone lord will be on ground to spice the day as master of ceremony.