Senator Inatimi Rufus Spiff emerged as a powerful political figure hailing from the Niger Delta region. He gained prominence as an exemplary member of the Nigerian federal republic’s Senate, leaving a lasting impression on numerous lives through his acts of generosity and considerate demeanor.
HON. JUSTICE KATE ABIRI, originating from the Aleibiri community in Ekeremor Local Government of Bayelsa State, gained renown as the longest-serving female Chief Judge in Nigeria. Her legacy and impact on the legal field and her community will be remembered with great respect.
Newton Amie Aaron Igali was from Eniwari community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa state. He was a foremost qualified and certified Accountant from the Niger delta that worked assiduously towards the development of the financial sector of Nigeria.
Late Anthony Ronari Orubo (aka Mr Tee) was from Otuabagi community in Ogbia kingdom of Bayelsa state. He was quite a remarkable soul that kept giant footprints on the sands of time in the old Rivers state. A pacesetter was Mr Tee; he coined and managed businesses that imparted the landscape of Port Harcourt city.
Emmanuel Joel Igoniwari was from Otuedu community of Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa state. He was a respected Jurist from the Niger Delta. Subsequently, he became the second (2nd) Chief Judge of Bayelsa state, Nigeria and His Royal Majesty Elect of Ogbia Kingdom.