Chief Boro Clever Ige-Edaba, a skilled and formidable real estate appraiser hailing from Emakalakala community in the Ogbia Kingdom, Bayelsa state, made significant contributions in the field of land valuation across Eastern Nigeria and the old Rivers state. Additionally, he served as a prominent and influential advocate for the Ogbia Brotherhood socio-political movement.
He hailed from both Otuabagi in Ogbia Kingdom and Ogbolomabiri of Nembe Kingdom. Excelling in the public service of Nigeria since the 1950s, he served as a highly effective administrative officer, leaving a lasting impact on the sector. Beyond his deep passion for his profession, he was known for his exemplary character, marked by goodness to an extraordinary degree, and a man who embodied contentment.
Late Chief Thomas Kieriboyegha hailed from Twon-brass community situated in the Brass Local Government Area of Bayelsa state. He gained recognition as the inaugural accredited legal practitioner from the Nembe kingdom, which also extended to the broader Bayelsa state. He exemplified the characteristics of a true gentleman and trailblazer, leaving a lasting mark on the history of Nigeria during its precolonial and independent eras.
I am Chief Christian Arobo Okoloba-Aziba, an esteemed Ogbia Chief hailing from Opume community in the Ogbia local Government area of Bayelsa state. My experiences encompass both a dedicated career in public service and active involvement in the realm of politics.
Isolima Tamunamiebi Dateme, originally from Okrika in the Okrika Local Government Area of Rivers State, was an accomplished and highly respected school teacher. She left an indelible mark on the minds of her students and colleagues within the teaching profession in Nigeria.