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Lucky Awotua Efebo (1930-2019)

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Lucky Awotua Efebo (1930-2019)

Lucky Awotua Efebo was from Nembe Kingdom of Bayelsa State. He was an accomplished man who rose to the principle of his darling profession of the Nigeria Police Force and served the Nation meritoriously and diligently without any discoloration.

Bernice orubo

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Bernice Baratuapre Orubo (1932-2022)

Bernice Baratuapre Orubo a matriarch was from Otuabagi community in Ogbia kingdom of Bayelsa state. She was a famous and respected woman of substance, who judiciously worked towards the socioeconomic development of the Ogbia women from in the 70’s.

Anthony Ronari Orubo

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Anthony Ronari Orubo (1953-2014)

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.

High Chief Brown Etonye

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Brown Etonye (1924-2017)

Brown Etonye was from Toru-oruwa community in Tarakiri clan of Sagbama Local Government Area, Bayelsa state. He was a successful/reputable Electrical Power Generation Engineer, School Proprietor and custodian of the Western Ijaw Culture and Tradition.

Marsh Sylvester Amafaotu Ebimoghan

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Marsh Sylvester Amafaotu Ebimoghan (1950-2010)

Marsh Sylvester Amafaotu Ebimoghan was an accomplished Administrative officer/Permanent Secretary of old Rivers state and Bayelsa state that rendered selfless services. He was best known as former Head of Service, Bayelsa state.

emmanuel joel igoniwari

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Emmanuel Joel Igoniwari (1944-2007)

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.

Bethany Bille Ziwari

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Bethany Bille Ziwari (1952-2018)

He was a quintessential Civil Servant (Permanent Secretary) who enormously contributed to the development of Bayelsa state public service

David Koripamo Ungbuku

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David Koripamo Ungbuku (1938-2008)

David Koripamo Ungbuku was a pioneer Chief Judge of Bayelsa State and he retired as the longest serving Chief Judge from southern Nigeria; he was a recipient of Officer of the order of the Federal Republic (OFR).

Perebo A. Dakolo

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Perebo A. Dakolo (1957-1990)

He joined in challenging the status quo at the time, with a sincere intent to have a restructured Nigeria. A Nigeria that would embrace ‘Resource Control’ and rapidly grow or that would maintain the old structure and hit the rocks that it was invariably headed.