At the outskirts of Ovu, Olorogun Felix Ibru
consults with Chief Young Obenobe, UPU Spokesman. Listening into their
conversation is Mr. Benson Uwhe, Olorogun Felix Ibru's administrative
Olorogun Felix Ibru and the first daughters of
two of the past Presidents of Urhobo Progress Union whom he came to
honour. To his right is Chief John Okpodu's eldest daughter, Madam
Clara Okpodu. On his left is Chief T. E. A.'s eldest child and first
daughter, Chief(Mrs.) Benedicta Nwariaku.
Olorogun warmly greets friends. Shaking hands withe the President-General is Engr. E. E. Bakpa. His wife, Mrs. Clementina Bakpa, stands to his left.
At the venue of the Thanksgiving ceremonies, Olorogun Ibru greets old friends. Here he chats with Monseigneur Anthony Erhueh and Reverend Professor Samuel Erivwo, co-celebrants of the ecumenical services of the day.
Olorogun Felix Ibru shakes hands with Dr.(Mrs.) Helen Ekeh. Chief Johnson Barovbe and Mrs. Margaret Barovbe are behind Olorogun Felix Ibru.
Olorogun Felix Ibru greets Chief T. Onoge, President of Uvwie Union..
Maj.-General David Ejoor (rtd.) (sitting) and Olorogun Felix Ibru in a chat.
Olorogun Felix Ibru and Chief E. K. Clark in a warm greeting and conversation.
Olorogun Felix Ibru greets three Urhobo kings. They are (from the left) His Majesty Orhueh I, Orodje r' Okpe; His Majesty Okpara I, Ovie r' Agbon; and His Majesty Ogoni-Oghoro I, Owhorode r' Olomu.
Olorogun Felix Ibru (right) in a relaxed mood with his younger brother Mr. Goodie Ibru and his sister-nlaw Mrs. Emubo Ibru.
Olorogun Felix Ibru waves bye-bye to well-whishers as he departs from the venue of the Thanksgiving Ceremonies. Standing by him are Chief Johnson Barovbe, his Ovu host, and Mr. Benson Uwhe, Olorogun Ibru's personal assistant.