Elaye hailed from the Agbere community, situated in the Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. He gained widespread recognition and acclaim for his significant contributions to the development of sports culture in the region. Elaye’s efforts were instrumental in fostering and promoting sports activities within the delta, leaving a lasting impact on the sporting landscape. His dedication and commitment to enhancing the sports culture in the area have been highly regarded and appreciated by the community.
The deceased Apostle Prince A.E.O Amgbare, known by his full name Prince Alphaeus Egbonmokirikpon Okereke-Keme Amgbere (JP), was an attractive and cheerful individual who was modest in nature. He excelled in athletics and was a highly capable administrator who made significant contributions to the public service and sports community in both the old Rivers State and Bayelsa State in Nigeria.
HRM (Engr.) Richardford Orukarebai Koroye was a native of Toru-orua community in the Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa state. During the 1970s and 1980s, he established himself as a highly accomplished engineer and made significant contributions to the development of the former Rivers State.
King Harris Sellenanabo Eseimokumoh was from Ebedebiri community of Sagbama Local Government Area, Bayelsa state. He was a formidable German Trained Medical Physician that made his mark in the medical sector of the Niger delta.