-Says, We Have Lost The Grandfather Of Warri Politics
Prominent/influential and Warri Prince, Prince Kenekeneyero Boyewa Omatseye has passed on at the age of 92 in Sapele, Delta State.
Prince KB Omatseye was an iconic politician, philanthropist who awarded scholarships to deserving Itsekiri and non-alike in Delta State and beyond. He as well established one of the first privately owned timber/rubber factory known as KB Rubber Factory in the 1960s and as well founded a Marine company making him a Marine consultant during the 70s in Sapele and the defunct Bendel State, now present day Delta State.
While extending his condolence to the family of Prince KB Omatseye, the Honourable Member Elect, representing Warri Federal Constituency at the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Chief Thomas Ereyitomi JP, described Prince KB Omatseye”s demise as the loss of Warri’s grandfather of politics.
He said: “We have lost the grandfather of Warri Federal Constituency politics and he shall be greatly missed for the fatherly role he played in sustaining mature politics in Warri Federal Constituency, Delta State and Nigeria at large.”
The Warri Federal House of Representatives member-elect extolled Prince KB Omatseye, saying he was a lover of peace, unity, a nation builder and a successful father of great children.
Chief Ereyitomi JP, prayed God to be with the family of Prince KB Omatseye, Warri Federal Constituency, as well as his political children and associates.