DELTA ELDERS AND STAKEHOLDERS FORUM MEETING 23/09/07

                                              

DELTA ELDERS, LEADERS, &

STAKEHOLDERS FORUM

 

Special Meeting held at Emu Uno, Ndokwa West LGA, on September 23, 2007.

 

COMMUNIQUÉ

 

ATTENDANCE

 

Over 500 patriots from within and outside Delta State and their vehicles were subjected to a most tortuous and agonizing experience through the abandoned Abraka – Emu Obodeti Road to attend the meeting at Emu Uno. Many more could not get to Emu as they were stuck in the poodles and mud that is a road for which over a billion naira has been appropriated, paid, re-awarded, and now abandoned by an insensitive and corrupt government.

 

Members bemoaned the obvious neglect of the area, the abject poverty that was evident in the Ndokwa communities they past through, and wondered what manner of leadership or governance prevailed in the area.

 

In spite of the bad roads and heavy storm, the gathering was inspiring as the members led by Chief Clark, octogenarian Chief Johnson Ukueku and Chief Newton Jibunoh refused overtures to abandon the canopies for indoor shelter when the heavens opened up.

 

The meeting was addressed by Chief E.K. Clark, Chief Ideh, Chief Austin Izagbo, Chief Thomas Oduaran, Hon. Edward Akangbou, Chief Kuti Dafe, Barr. Veronica Bamuza-Mutu, Prof. Okobia, Apostle Turner Ogboru, the host Chief Dr. Godwin Iwegbue and many others.

 

The Forum also received goodwill messages from Chief Godswill Obielum, Dr. Richard Tosanwumi, Dr. Mike Oberabor, Chief Paul Enebeli, Senator Obi Nosike Ikpo, Chief Peter Okocha, Chief Great Ogboru, Enyi Doris Mokobia and others.

 

145 members signed the communiqué.

 

The following topical issues were discussed and resolved:

 

 

 

 

 

AFFIRMATION OF NON PARTISANSHIP IN THE POLITICS OF DELTA STATE.

 

The Forum affirmed its resolve to admit members with all shades of political opinion, and to remain a non partisan assembly of elders, leaders, and stakeholders with the prime motive of ensuring good governance and accountability in government.

 

LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY IN GOVERNMENT OF DELTA STATE

 

The Forum resolved to continue to draw the attention of the public to the lack of transparency in the bogus transition from Governor Ibori to Uduaghan. No account has been rendered on the indebtedness of the government to contractors, banks and other creditors. Forum was reminded of its earlier statement that the government owed N121b at May 31, 2007 and pays over N2b interest every month to one such bank. The bank had no option but to nominate one of its officers as the commissioner of finance to ensure it recovers its money as the past government literally spent in advance the expected federal allocation for the next four years.

 

The Forum notes that the financial recklessness which characterized the administration in the past eight years has continued in this regime. Forum was informed that contracts have been hurriedly packaged for top functionaries for street lighting in which a whooping N2b has been paid to a top official who also contested the governorship primaries of the PDP for jobs that would cost less than N500m.

 

Contract to Iboris’s company to construct Gbaramatu Road at N20b

 

The Forum is aware that Chief Ibori’s media officer, Sheddy Ozoene, in defense of his boss on the freezing of his £35 million assets by the Southwalk Crown Court in London, averred that Ibori owns MER Engineering Company Limited. It is public knowledge that MER is a sister company of Wokson Limited, and both companies amongst others are managed by Chief William Oki. Wokson was recently awarded the contract for the construction of Gbaramatu Road for N20b.

 

Forum recalls that Chief Ibori promised former President Obasanjo he would award the project to Julius Berger, using a similar road project in Ondo State as benchmark. The Uduaghan administration has now awarded the same project to an inexperienced family company at higher than the amount it would have taken the competent and reliable Julius Berger to do a good job.

 

APPOINTMENT OF GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR OF NNPC

 

The Forum reaffirms its request to the Federal Government to appoint a Deltan from the many qualified and seasoned technocrats as the next Group Managing director of the NNPC as no Deltan has held the position of Minister of Petroleum Resources or Group Managing Director of NNPC since the times of the NNOC, the NNPC and the creation of the Ministry of Petroleum Resources. Delta was for decades the highest oil and gas producer until its production figures dropped as a result of the Niger Delta crises. And it is these acts of discrimination and insensitivity that fuel the agitation in the area.

The Forum is aware of subterranean lobby by self serving past and present political office holders to whip up ethnic sentiments and cause disaffection in the Forum. The Forum affirms that neither the Leader, Chief Clark nor the Forum and any of its members has written to the Presidency to stop the appointment of anyone to the position of GMD of the NNPC, and reaffirmed its position to recommend all qualified Deltans, irrespective of ethnic nationality or bias to Mr. President for appointment as Group Managing Director of NNPC or its successor company when the unbundling exercise takes effect. That would be one right step toward redressing the discrimination that we suffer in Delta State and the injustice and poverty that has plagued our society.

 

LEGAL ACTIONS SUPPORTED BY THE FORUM

 

The meeting was briefed on the status of the legal actions at the Federal High Court at Abuja, the Southwalk Crown Court, London, and the petition to the ICPC.

 

The decision of Justice Anwuli Chikere of the Federal High Court, Abuja refusing to order the EFCC to investigate allegations of fraud by Chief James Ibori and others has been challenged at the Appeal Court in Abuja. Hearing in the case will commence shortly.

 

In the meantime, the petition of the Delta Elders, Leaders, & Stakeholders Forum to the ICPC incorporating the allegations of fictitious supplementary budgets, the purchase of Wilbros Engineering Services Limited and the Guinea House 20 executive apartments block at Marine Road, Apapa amongst others is being investigated by the anti-graft agency. The letter from the ICPC Chairman, Justice Emmanuel Ayoola, dated July 30, 2007 to inform the Forum of the progress of the investigations was read to the members. The members unanimously congratulated the ICPC for carrying out its statutory functions without further prodding from the petitioners.

 

The Forum thanked its members and supporters who thronged the courts to express their solidarity.

 

TRIAL OF CHIEF JAMES IBORI IN LONDON FOR MONEY LAUNDERING

 

Forum is in possession of certified true copies of Judge Goymer’s ruling on August 2, 2007 at the Southwalk Crown Court in London in the matter of James Onanefe Ibori and in the matter of the Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002, restraint order prohibiting disposal of assets to James Onanefe Ibori, Haleway Properties Limited, Telaton Quays Limited, Stanhope investments Limited and Erin Aviation Limited. The assets which include a Bombardier Challenger aircraft are valued at over £35 million. Three women connected with the money laundering, including Chief Ibori’s sister, Mrs Ebie, Mrs. Pogoson and one Miss Okoronkwo will appear in court on October 1, 2007.

 

Forum has been put on alert over moves by Chief James Ibori to meet with Mr. President in New York this week to plead with Mr. President to intervene to prevent the London Court from continuing with the case because a guilty verdict will increase his chances of further conviction in Nigeria and other countries such as South Africa.

 

Forum appeals to our humane President to shun these overtures and leave him to face his music. 

 

BASHING OF MR. PRESIDENT AT IBORI’S BIRTHDAY PARTY

 

The attention of the Forum was drawn to the report of the birthday party for Chief Ibori at the home of Chief Benjamin Elue, his deputy, published in the August 20 edition of the Leadership newspaper at page 4 at which read as follows:

 

‘…Didn’t Ibori spend the money he is being chased about for to fund Yar’adua’s campaign expenses? If the EFCC must arrest him, they must also think of what to do to the president because it is like a finger that has touched palm oil which must affect other fingers. Ibori alone must not suffer. All others who shared delta’s money must also face the music.’

 

The Forum considers this as most desecrating of the Presidency. We had earlier issued a release in which we condemned Ibori’s bashing of Nuhu Ribadu and the Presidency. But this one crossed the limits.

 

Deltans now urge Mr. President to distance himself from the likes of Ibori and his cohorts. The cabal must be made to account for the over 522 billion naira Federation Allocation and the largely unrecorded internally generated revenue it received in eight years. We will not allow Ibori and his group to rubbish our president. Umaru Yar’adua has no hand in his looting of Delta’s money.

 

CLOSING

 

The Leader thanked the host and all Delta Northerners for hosting a very successful meeting, and enjoined all members to remain steadfast in the pursuit of justice and good governance in Delta State.

 

Signed for and on behalf of

DELTA ELDERS, LEADERS, & STAKEHOLDERS FORUM

 

1

Chief E.K. Clark

2

Chief J. Ukueku

3

Onuorah Aligbe

4

Chief N.C. Jibunoh

5

Chief T. Oduaran

6

Gen. P. Onyekweli

7

Daniel Usifoh

8

Chief G.O. Ogbetuo

9

Chief Peter Wikimor

10

Chief P.E.S. Ideh

11

Hon. Sam Osasa

12

Igboba Tony Uti

13

Edward Akangbou

14

Sen. Fred Brume

15

Sir M.A. Oruafe

16

Hon. Timothy Ibie

17

Julius Malam Obi

18

Jolly Mojaye

19

Hon. Ade Buku

20

Hon. Sunny Onyejose

21

Prince Mike Asaboro

22

Turner Ogboru

23

Prince Ejiro Erhenede

24

Chief  E Edonkumoh

25

Chief Duncan Ewhere

26

 

27

Prof. O.S. Okobiah

28

Chief P.A. Okumobe

29

William Ukpebitere

30

Dr. G.O. Iwegbue

31

Tony Ndanenu

32

Idowu Ebuzome

33

Tuesday Ejayese

34

Samuel Ukuegbuwa

35

Ikechukwu Agom

36

Eric Okoro Lisbon

37

L.O. Okolo

38

Chief S.O. Iyawa

39

A.E. Okoro

40

Chief Austin Izagbo

41

Chief S.O. Luegah

42

Chief Kuti Dafe

43

Ossai Abeh

44

Chief Clever Egbeji

45

Celestine Obi

46

Michael Onyolu

47

Hon. Solomon Ake

48

Joe Ikuni

49

Hon. Azuka Ogbondu

50

Michael Egbu

51

William Onakpoma

52

Mrs. Evelyn Ishomare

53

Chief A.O. Seibi

54

Elias Ejekudo

55

Sylvester Odili

56

Hon. Kingsley Ajie

57

Ifeanyi Okudini

58

Edwin Eke

59

Hon. Sunny Obi

60

Franklin Akpeme

61

Onyeka Okonta

62

Eny Chuks Abomdi

63

Friday Onolugbum

64

Okudini Ossai

65

Roland Akpeme

66

Arthur Echeke

67

Tina Onojoghuo

68

Ebi Akangbou

69

Chief Anthonia Ejoh

70

Mrs. Rukewe Unu

71

Tony Okolo

72

Patience Ekpiwhre

73

Gabriel Choba

74

Shedrack Ogboru

75

Franca Esealuka

76

Emma Mathew

77

Chuks Ossai

78

M.C. Rudolf Victor

79

Onwenonye Igwebike

80

Okoye Maduekwe

81

Kpankme Macsom

82

Olisema Rhonic

83

Williams Ogheneovu

84

Benson Ogwu

85

Oda Okiomo

86

Jeany Metta-Angoye

87

Chief J.M. Orido

88

Joseph Ugbomah

89

Engr. J.O. Ubido

90

Pius Feren

91

Umunade Sunday

92

O.I. Lucky

93

Ifeanyi Ekerese

94

Monday Enudini

95

Jonathan M

96

Felicia Diedjomaho

97

Rev. I. Nwachukwu

98

Chinwe Nwachukwu

99

Abel Eyube

100

Chief S.O. Ogune

101

Ochuko Ogheneovu

102

Chief M. Ohwevwo

103

Mrs. Mary Obruche

104

Jimbro Orhoevwri

105

Richard Egbo

106

Davidson Evwunu

107

Otunuya Chibogu

108

Monday Okoro

109

Prince Tony Ibodje

110

Benson Okpuenyi

111

Hon. Paul Abassah

112

Mathew Ogboru

113

Cross Efetobor

114

Peter Adadah

115

Enemuwe Otutu

116

Mafor Azubuike

117

Omuvwie F.A.A

118

Grace Adjerho

119

Friday Okuse

120

Michael Inana

121

Roji Odeyoma

122

A.I. Unuigho

123

Prince Isaac Fati

124

Sunday Onwuka

125

Sunny Ovovwode

126

Ejovwoke Itoje

127

John Ighokovie

128

Felix Efetobor

129

Godwin Ikolo

130

Richard Omeyoma

131

Anthony Ogwvian

132

Chief A. H. Erute

133

Barr.  Bamuza-Mutu

134

Rita Iwegbue

135

Olori Magege

136

Gibson Akporohe

137

Dele Ekwukwo

138

David Okpotor

139

Dr. B.K. Adasen

140

Betty Orugbo

141

Barr. S. Urhode

142

Chief Eric Anigala

143

A. Esenougu

144

Sir. B. Okwoseh

145

James Akpoveroro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DELTA ELDERS, LEADERS, &

STAKEHOLDERS FORUM

 

Special Meeting

held at Emu Uno, Ndokwa West LGA, on September 23, 2007.

 

COMMUNIQUÉ

 

1.0                       ATTENDANCE

 

1.1                        Over 500 patriots from within and outside Delta State and their vehicles were subjected to a most tortuous and agonizing experience through the abandoned Abraka – Emu Obodeti Road to attend the meeting at Emu Uno. Many more could not get to Emu as they were stuck in the poodles and mud.

 

1.2                        Members bemoaned the obvious neglect of the area, the abject poverty that was evident in the Ndokwa communities they passed through, and wondered what manner of leadership or governance prevailed in the area.

 

1.3                        In spite of the bad roads and heavy storm, the gathering was inspiring as the members led by Chief Clark, octogenarian Chief Johnson Ukueku and Chief Newton Jibunoh refused overtures to abandon the canopies for indoor shelter when the heavens opened up.

 

1.4                        The meeting was addressed by Chief E.K. Clark, Chief Ideh, Chief Austin Izagbo, Chief Thomas Oduaran, Hon. Edward Akangbou, Chief Kuti Dafe, Barr. Veronica Bamuza-Mutu, Prof. O.S. Okobiah, Barr. Turner Ogboru, the host Chief Dr. Godwin Iwegbue and many others.

 

1.5                        The Forum also received goodwill messages from Chief Godswill Obielum, Chief Pius Ewherido, Dr. Richard Tosanwumi, Dr. Mike Oberabor, Chief Paul Enebeli, Senator Obi Nosike Ikpo, Chief Peter Okocha, Chief Great Ogboru, Enyi Doris Mokobia, Anthony Ebikeme, Barr. P. Atagana-Longe and others.

 

1.6                        145 members signed the communiqué.

 

2.0          AFFIRMATION OF NON PARTISANSHIP IN THE POLITICS OF DELTA STATE.

 

2.1                        The Forum affirmed its resolve to admit members with all shades of political opinion, and to remain a non partisan political forum of elders, leaders, and stakeholders with the prime motive of ensuring good governance and accountability in government. Members believe that if the forum had been organized earlier than now, the mismanagement and corruption that characterized the Ibori’s administration in the past eight years would have been checkmated by a patriotic, people oriented, vigilant and experienced body of elders, leaders, and stakeholders. 

 

3.0          LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY IN GOVERNMENT OF DELTA STATE

 

3.1                        The Forum resolved to continue to draw the attention of the public to the lack of transparency in the bogus transition from Governor Ibori to Uduaghan. No account has been rendered on the indebtedness of the government to contractors, banks and other creditors. Forum was reminded of its earlier statement that the government owed N121b at May 31, 2007 and pays over N2b interest every month to one frontline bank. The bank consequently insisted on one of its officers being appointed the commissioner of finance, to assure the domiciliation of monthly allocations to its vaults, and to monitor the flow of funds thereafter in order to ensure adherence to the repayment terms.

 

3.2                        The Forum notes that the financial recklessness which characterized the administration in the past eight years has continued in this regime. Forum was informed that contracts have been hurriedly packaged for street lighting for which a whooping N2b has been paid to a top functionary of the present government [who also contested the governorship primaries of the PDP] for jobs that should cost less than N500m.

 

3.3                        Wokson Limited was recently awarded the contract for the construction of Ubefan-Madangho road and Okerenkoko-Kokodiagbene road for N20b. Forum recalls that Chief Ibori had told former President Obasanjo that the award of the contracts estimated and budgeted at N5.2b and N4.8b [total N10b] respectively was delayed because he was searching for and negotiating with a competent contractor such as Julius Berger. The Uduaghan administration has now awarded the contracts to an inexperienced family company at an inflated contract sum of N20b, twice the amount it was valued and budgeted for, and for which it would have taken a competent and reliable contractor such as Julius Berger to do a good job.

 

3.4                        It is public knowledge that Wokson Limited is a sister company of MER, and both companies amongst others are managed by Chief William Oki. The Forum is aware that Chief Ibori’s media officer, Sheddy Ozoene, in defense of his boss on the freezing of his £35 million assets by the Southwalk Crown Court in London, claimed that Ibori owns MER Engineering Company Limited, hence the group of companies incorporating Wokson and others. The Uduaghan government merely inflated the contracts and awarded the projects to a family company, confirming the fears of decent people of a family dynasty government in Delta.

 

3.5                        The Forum further avers that since Ibori has finally owned up to owning MER Engineering Company, it will sooner publish its findings on the use of MER Engineering and Wokson Limited to fleece the treasury of Delta State.  

 

 

4.0          APPOINTMENT OF GROUP MANAGING DIRECTOR OF NNPC

 

4.1                        The Forum reaffirms its request to the Federal Government to appoint a Deltan from the many qualified and seasoned technocrats as the next Group Managing director of the NNPC as no Deltan has held the position of Minister of Petroleum Resources or Group Managing Director of NNPC since the times of the NNOC, the NNPC and the creation of the Ministry of Petroleum Resources. Delta was for decades the highest oil and gas producer until its production figures dropped as a result of the Niger Delta crises. And it is these acts of discrimination and insensitivity that fuel the agitation in the area.

 

4.2                        The Forum is aware of subterranean lobby by self serving past and present political office holders to whip up ethnic sentiments and cause disaffection in the Forum. The Forum affirms that neither the Leader, Chief Clark nor the Forum and any of its members has written to the Presidency to stop the appointment of anyone to the position of GMD of the NNPC, and reaffirmed its position to recommend all qualified Deltans, irrespective of ethnic nationality or bias to Mr. President for appointment as Group Managing Director of NNPC or its successor company when the unbundling exercise takes effect. That would be one right step toward redressing the discrimination that we suffer in Delta State and the injustice and poverty that has plagued our society.

 

5.0                       PETITIONS AND COURT CASES

 

5.1                        The decision of Justice Anwuli Chikere of the Federal High Court, Abuja refusing to order the EFCC to investigate allegations of fraud by Chief James Ibori and others has been challenged at the Appeal Court in Abuja. Hearing in the case will commence shortly.

 

5.2                        In the meantime, the petition of the Delta Elders, Leaders, & Stakeholders Forum to the ICPC incorporating the allegations of N120b fictitious supplementary budgets, the purchase of Wilbros Engineering Services Limited for $150m and the purchase of Guinea House 20-executive apartments block at Marine Road, Apapa for N400m, amongst others is being investigated by the anti-graft agency. The letter from the ICPC Chairman, Justice Emmanuel Ayoola, dated July 30, 2007 to inform the Forum of the progress of the investigations was read to the members. The members unanimously congratulated the ICPC for carrying out its statutory functions without further prodding from the petitioners.

 

5.3                        Chief Izagbo informed the Forum of the Elections Petitions Tribunal’s inconsistency in its ruling on locus of Chief Okocha to appear before the Tribunal in the separate objections brought by Dr. Uduaghan and by INEC, and their appeal which will be heard at the Court of Appeal in Benin on September 27.

 

5.4                        Barr. Turner Ogboru also informed the Forum that the petition by Chief Great Ogboru enters the second and substantive phase on September 27 as well.

 

5.5                        Forum is in possession of certified true copies of Judge Goymer’s ruling on August 2, 2007 at the Southwalk Crown Court in London in the matter of James Onanefe Ibori and in the matter of the Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002, restraint order prohibiting disposal of assets to James Onanefe Ibori, Haleway Properties Limited, Telaton Quays Limited, Stanhope investments Limited and Erin Aviation Limited. The assets which include a Bombardier Challenger aircraft are valued at over £35 million. Three women connected with the money laundering, including Chief Ibori’s sister, Mrs Ebie, Mrs. Pogoson and one Miss Okoronkwo will appear in court on October 1, 2007.

 

6.0          BASHING OF MR. PRESIDENT AT IBORI’S BIRTHDAY PARTY

 

6.1                 The attention of the Forum was drawn to the report of the birthday party for Chief Ibori at the home of Chief Benjamin Elue, his deputy, published in the August 20 edition of the Leadership newspaper at page 4 at which read as follows:

 

‘…Didn’t Ibori spend the money he is being chased about for to fund Yar’adua’s campaign expenses? If the EFCC must arrest him, they must also think of what to do to the president because it is like a finger that has touched palm oil which must affect other fingers. Ibori alone must not suffer. All others who shared delta’s money must also face the music.’

 

6.2                 The Forum considers this as a blackmail and abominable insult to the exalted position of Mr. President and to all Nigerians and Mr. President to distance himself from the likes of Ibori and his cohorts. The cabal must be made to account for the over 522 billion naira Federal Allocation and the largely unrecorded internally generated revenue it received in eight years. We will not allow Ibori and his group to rubbish our president. President Umaru Musa Yar’adua has no hand in his looting of Delta’s money.

 

6.3                 The Forum recalls the commitment of the Leader and members to the Yar’adua/Jonathan presidential campaign which effort was acknowledged by Mr. President in our Leader leading the South South delegation of elders and leaders on a solidarity visit to Mr. President before the inauguration, the first such visit by a Southern geo-political zone. The members consider the Forum a stakeholder in the Yar’adua government and will condemn any attempt to malign it.  

 

7.0                 CLOSING

 

7.1                 The Leader, Chief E.K. Clark, thanked the host and all Delta Northerners for hosting a very successful meeting, and enjoined all members to remain steadfast in the pursuit of justice and good governance in Delta State.

 

Signed for and on behalf of

DELTA ELDERS, LEADERS, & STAKEHOLDERS FORUM

 

1

Chief E.K. Clark

2

Chief J. Ukueku

3

Sen. Fred Brume

4

Chief N.C. Jibunoh

5

Chief G.O. Ogbetuo

6

Gen. P. Onyekweli

7

Daniel Usifoh

8

Chief T. Oduaran

9

Chief Peter Wikimor

10

Chief P.E.S. Ideh

11

Hon. Sam Osasa

12

Igboba Tony Uti

13

Hon. Edward Akangbou

14

Onuorah Aligbe

15

Sir M.A. Oruafe

16

Hon. Timothy Ibie

17

Julius Malam Obi

18

Barr. V. Bamuza-Mutu

19

Hon. Ade Buku

20

Hon. Sunny Onyejose

21

Prince Mike Asaboro

22

Turner Ogboru

23

Prince Ejiro Erhenede

24

Chief  E Edonkumoh

25

Chief Duncan Ewhere

26

Chief Chiedu Nwaka

27

Prof. O.S. Okobiah

28

Chief P.A. Okumobe

29

William Ukpebitere

30

Dr. G.O. Iwegbue

31

Tony Ndanenu

32

Idowu Ebuzome

33

Tuesday Ejayese

34

Samuel Ukuegbuwa

35

Ikechukwu Agom

36

Eric Okoro Lisbon

37

L.O. Okolo

38

Chief S.O. Iyawa

39

A.E. Okoro

40

Chief Austin Izagbo

41

Chief S.O. Luegah

42

Chief Kuti Dafe

43

Ossai Abeh

44

Chief Clever Egbeji

45

Celestine Obi

46

Michael Onyolu

47

Hon. Solomon Ake

48

Joe Ikuni

49

Hon. Azuka Ogbondu

50

Michael Egbu

51

William Onakpoma

52

Mrs. Evelyn Ishomare

53

Chief A.O. Seibi

54

Elias Ejekudo

55

Sylvester Odili

56

Hon. Kingsley Ajie

57

Ifeanyi Okudini

58

Edwin Eke

59

Hon. Sunny Obi

60

Franklin Akpeme

61

Onyeka Okonta

62

Eny Chuks Abomdi

63

Friday Onolugbum

64

Okudini Ossai

65

Roland Akpeme

66

Arthur Echeke

67

Tina Onojoghuo

68

Ebi Akangbou

69

Chief Anthonia Ejoh

70

Mrs. Rukewe Unu

71

Tony Okolo

72

Patience Ekpiwhre

73

Gabriel Choba

74

Shedrack Ogboru

75

Franca Esealuka

76

Emma Mathew

77

Chuks Ossai

78

M.C. Rudolf Victor

79

Onwenonye Igwebike

80

Okoye Maduekwe

81

Kpankme Macsom

82

Olisema Rhonic

83

Williams Ogheneovu

84

Benson Ogwu

85

Oda Okiomo

86

Jeany Metta-Angoye

87

Chief J.M. Orido

88

Joseph Ugbomah

89

Engr. J.O. Ubido

90

Pius Feren

91

Umunade Sunday

92

O.I. Lucky

93

Ifeanyi Ekerese

94

Monday Enudini

95

Jonathan M

96

Felicia Diedjomaho

97

Rev. I. Nwachukwu

98

Chinwe Nwachukwu

99

Abel Eyube

100

Chief S.O. Ogune

101

Ochuko Ogheneovu

102

Chief M. Ohwevwo

103

Mrs. Mary Obruche

104

Jimbro Orhoevwri

105

Richard Egbo

106

Davidson Evwunu

107

Otunuya Chibogu

108

Monday Okoro

109

Prince Tony Ibodje

110

Benson Okpuenyi

111

Hon. Paul Abassah

112

Mathew Ogboru

113

Cross Efetobor

114

Peter Adadah

115

Enemuwe Otutu

116

Mafor Azubuike

117

Omuvwie F.A.A

118

Grace Adjerho

119

Friday Okuse

120

Michael Inana

121

Roji Odeyoma

122

A.I. Unuigho

123

Prince Isaac Fati

124

Sunday Onwuka

125

Sunny Ovovwode

126

Ejovwoke Itoje

127

John Ighokovie

128

Felix Efetobor

129

Godwin Ikolo

130

Richard Omeyoma

131

Anthony Ogwvian

132

Chief A. H. Erute

133

Jolly Mojaye

134

Rita Iwegbue

135

Olori Magege

136

Gibson Akporohe

137

Dele Ekwukwo

138

David Okpotor

139

Dr. B.K. Adasen

140

Betty Orugbo

141

Barr. S. Urhode

142

Chief Eric Anigala

143

A. Esenougu

144

Sir. B. Okwoseh

145

James Akpoveroro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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