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Mr. Jonathan Einbaipreyo Oye

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Mr Jonathan E. Oye (1953 – 2024)

Mr. Jonathan Einbaipreyo Oye, was from the Nembe Kingdom of Bayelsa State, was a distinguished professional administrator within the civil service of the former Rivers State and later Bayelsa State. He is widely recognized for his significant contributions as a formidable civil servant, particularly in his role as Permanent Secretary, where he played a pivotal role in advancing the development of the public service of both old Rivers State and Bayelsa State.

Lawrence Baraebibai Ekpebu (1935-2022)

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Lawrence Baraebibai Ekpebu (1935-2022)

He was a distinguished and knowledgeable professor and diplomat hailing from the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Lawrence Baraebibai Ekpebu holds the distinction of being the first African graduate of Harvard University in the United States. Notably, he played a crucial role in the infrastructure development of the old Rivers State.

Madam Priscilla Preye Appah (1936-2023)

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Madam Priscilla Preye Appah (1936-2023)

Madam Priscilla Preye Appah hailed from Kaiama community in Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa state. She was a highly skilled nurse and midwifery practitioner, leaving a lasting impact on the healthcare sector in Nigeria.

BORO CLEVER IGE-EDABA

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CHIEF BORO CLEVER IGE-EDABA (1929-1999)

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.

George Olukutu Alagoa

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Elder George Olukutu Alagoa (1928 – 2019)

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.

Rt. Rev Adolphus Amabebe (Rtd.) JP (1939-2023)

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Rt. Rev Adolphus Amabebe (Rtd.) JP (1939-2023)

Bishop Adolphus Amabebe was the Pioneer Bishop, Diocese of Niger Delta West of Bayelsa state and the Christian Association of Nigeria. He was an epitome of hard work and doggedness as he came, saw and conquered in the vineyard of the Lord Jesus Christ. Bishop Adolphus Amabebe was from Koluama community in southern Ijaw Local Government of Bayelsa state

Elder Samuel Iduabo Tarinyo (1938-2013)

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Elder Samuel Iduabo Tarinyo (1938-2023)

Elder Samuel Iduabo Tarinyo hailed from the Otuogidi community in Ogbia Kingdom, Bayelsa state. He was a highly accomplished educator and a devout Anglican from the Niger Delta region, known for his positive contributions to the field of education and for embracing the true riches of life.

mrs edgar

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Mrs. Irene Nimibofa Edgar

Mrs. Irene Nimibofa Edgar was a distinguished and successful educator hailing from Brass Local Government Area in Bayelsa state. She played a significant role in advancing the educational sector, both in the former Rivers state and beyond. Her life was marked by remarkable achievements, having taught and guided numerous individuals who have excelled in their respective pursuits.

MacCpherson Wodaowei McCarthy (1952—2016)

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MacCpherson Wodaowei McCarthy (1952—2016)

HRH MacCpherson Wodaowei McCarthy (JP) was a highly esteemed local leader hailing from Okoloba in the Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. He gained recognition primarily for his outstanding contributions to education and his advocacy for the rights of fellow educators.

Chief Kingsway Ogbeinbiri Warikoru

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Chief Kingsway Ogbeinbiri Warikoru (1938—2023)

Chief Kingsway Ogbonibiri Warikoru was an esteemed leader hailing from the Odi community in the Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government of Bayelsa state. He played a significant role in advancing the petroleum sector of Nigeria starting in the 1960s, as well as contributing to the development of the former Rivers State from the 1970s.