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UPU Youthwing Condoles Delta Lawyer, Tayo Over Mother’s Demise

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Comrade Efemena.Umukoro, National President, Urhobo Progress Union (UPU), Youthwing, Worldwide (l) & Barr. Tayo Ibrahim when the youth leader visited the lawyer over the demise of his mother, Alhaja Bintu Abike Ibrahim.

By Daniel Dafe
President of Urhobo Progress Union, UPU, Youthwing, Comrade Efemena Umukoro, has condoled with Bar Tayo Ibrahim, over the demise of his mother, Alhaja Bintu Abike Ibrahim.

Umukoro, who was in Eku to visit the fiery lawyer said that he was pained by the news of her death, as he described Bar. Tayo “as a legal silk of no small fit.”

He added: “Even as a none indigene, he has been very resourceful and friendly to our people.

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“As Urhobo people, we are known for our hospitality and accommodative nature. It is in that regard that we have long integrated Bar Tayo into the Urhobo cultural setting which he has been part of for a while now due to his level of cooperation and show of love to our people.”

He prayed for the repose of her soul and that God grant the bereaved family the fortitude to bear the loss.

The youth leader continued: “My visit to the family of Barrister Tayo Ibrahim equally gave me the opportunity to interact with my brothers from Eku Community.”

The condolence visit availed some Eku indigenes the opportunity to appreciate Comrade Efemena Umukoro over his genuine efforts and service to the Urhobo Nation, as they advised him to continue doing what he is doing, adding that better days are ahead.

Among Eku leaders present were Chief Jerison Eminent Cee Ohwojeheri, Councilor representing the good people of Eku Ward 15 , Eku Vigilante Chairman and a host of other well meaning sons and daughters of the great Agbon Kingdom.

Also present during the condolence visit was the
Divisional Police Officer, Abraka Division, CSP Hassan Jimoh.

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