ABRAKA (Ika Weekly) – A philanthropic and humanitarian service provider who has given several scholarships to indigent students of Delta State University and sponsored skill acquisition workshops and seminars, Mrs. Odet Emujevoke Majemite has been conferred with a traditional title of Urhukpe of Abraka, by the Ovie of Abraka Kingdom, His Royal Majesty Lawrence Ejohwomu Adakaji 1 (JP).
The Ovie while performing the conferment ceremony said the royal palace was moved by the various humanitarian works, ranging from scholarship award, provision of vehicles and parts for the smooth operation of the Nigeria Police throughout Delta State, and most recently building ultra-modern office complex for the Nigeria Police Station, Abraka, by the recipient.
The Chairman of the occasion, Chief. Engr E. Orah said Mrs. Odet deserve the honour done to her by the Ovie of Abraka as her contributions had assisted in the educational development and as well as crime prevention in Delta State.
According to Chief Orah, Chief (Mrs.) Odet Majemite has received several awards including selfless services to humanity, Best friend of the police, character, knowledge and creativity, Vice-Chancellors Awards and selfless service awards from Nigerian Community Research Consortium and Rotary Club International., amongst others.
In her response at the installation ceremony Chief (Mrs.) Odet said her modest contribution was a manifestation of love for, education, decency and even development in Delta State, adding that the conferment will spur her into more useful services to humanity.
While thanking the Ovie of Abraka for honouring her with the title of Urhukpe (Light) of Abraka, Chief (Mrs.) Odet promised to redouble her philanthropic programmes to every part of Delta State.
Present at the occasion were members of P.C.R.C, Rotary Club International Academic community, such as Prof Solomon Okobia, Mr. Abiodun Eboma, Madam Kate Abolo (JP) and a host of others.
His Royal Majesty Adakaji 1, served as Head of Personal Management, Ika Local Government Council, Agbor, before he retired from the civil service to become the Ovie of Abraka.