His Majesty Okpara I, Ovie r'
Agbon, reads a paper expressing pride in the greatness of the smallest
cultural division in his kingdom that has produed such sterling Urhobo
leaders as Chief Omorohwovo Okoro, Chief John Okpodu, and Chief T. E.
A. Salubi and many others.
His Majesty Orhueh I, Orodje r' Okpe (left),
His Majesty Okpara I, Ovie r' Agbon, and Chief General (rtd.) David
Professor John Enaohwo, Vice-Chancellor, Delta State University and President of Ovu Union, welcomes Chief E. K. Clark to Ovu. Dr. Enaohwo was a Chief Co-Host of the Ceremonies..
Chief Johnson Barovbe chats with His Majesty
Orhueh I, Orodje r' Okpe and Okpara I, Ovie r' Agbon. Chief Barovbe,
proprietor of Westminster Secondary School, Lagos, and a prominent Ovu
businessman served as a Chief Co-Host of the Thanksgiving Ceremonies.
Mrs. Emuobo Ibru, a leader of an Urhobo
language development group in Lagos, reads a prepared statement on
Participants from neighbouring Okpara Inland
Kokori Inland, Mr.
Thaddeus Ekeh and Madan Cecilia Ekeh are at the left
Participants from the Ovu Community.