A Photo Gallery of 4th UHS Annual Conference
London, United Kingdom, October 31 - November 2, 2003
Dr. Bruce Onobrakpeya
Bruce Onobrakpeya's presence was a blessing to the 4th Annual Conference. He was active in all phases of the Conference. He was particularly effective in the academic sessions in which he laid out his famous statement of dominant themes in Urhobo culture.



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Opening Ceremony

Academic Sessions

Cultural Evening

Closing Ceremony

Women at the Conference

Igbe Dance

Senator David Dafinone

Governor James Ibori

Deacon Gamaliel Onosode


Chief Godwin Ogbetuo

Professor Bruce Onobrakpeya

Professor Frank Ukoli

Dr. Emmanuel Urhobo

Chief Daniel Obiomah

Andrew Edevbie

Chief Simpson Obruche


Chief Perkins Foss


Professor Ajovi Scott-Emuakpor


Professor Isaac James Mowoe


Very Rev. Prof. Sam Erivwo


Dr. Helen Ekeh


Dr. Rose Aziza


Mr. Ejiro Ughwujabo

Dr. Aruegodore Oyiborhoro

Professor Michael Nabofa

 Chief J. M. Barovbe

Ms Janet Oromafuru Eruvbetere

Dr. Francis Omohwo

Mr. Love Ojakovo

Chief Albert Metitiri

Alice Ukoko

Peter Ekeh

Jude Onakpoma

Dr. Ona Pela

Mrs. Felicia Emesiru-Akusu








Professor Bruce Onobrakpeya (left) and Professor Michael Nabofa (University of Ibadan) met, for the first time ever, at the venue of the Opening Ceremony. They enjoy a moment of natural friendship.

Bruce Onobrakpeya chairing a session. By his right is Professor Francis Odemerho. To his left (partially hidden) is Dr. Ona Pela.

Bruce Onobrakpeya grants an interview to a reporter. The background scenery is from Goldsmiths College of London University, the venue of the UHS Conference.

Bruce Onobrakpeya enjoys the Cultural Evening with friends. He talks to Michael Nabofa. To his left is his friend Perkins Foss displaying his chieftaincy fan. To Nabofa's right is the Very Reverend Prof. Sam Erivwo, Provost of St. Andrews (Anglican Communion) Cathedral, Warri, Nigeria.