Chief Barrister Oluremi Ayodele Coker-Ineyougha was a versatile individual, serving as a Legal Practitioner, Politician, Philanthropist, wise and caring Chief, dedicated husband, father, grandfather, and a valuable member of his community, Nembe, where he became a naturalized member. He displayed a strong devotion to the Baptist denomination, embodying the qualities of a benevolent and honest gentleman. Additionally, he was recognized for his excellent oratory skills and critical thinking, a staunch advocate for justice, and notably, a superb cook, among other notable attributes.
Godwin Ngogo Alabraba hailed from the renowned Abonnema community in the Akuku-toru Local Government Area of Rivers State. He dedicated his career to the civil and public service of both colonial and independent Nigeria, demonstrating great skill and honor. He held roles as a professional Tax officer and also served as a commissioner in the former Rivers State Civil Service Commission.