Late Mrs Romina Nkechi Omashor, nee,Ikeoyi has been buried. Mrs Omashor, a retired school headmistress was buried last weekend at Agbor. The burial ceremony was attended by family members and loved ones.
Late Mrs. Romina Nkechi Omashor (Nee) Ikeoyi was born in Ute-Okpu in Ika North-East Local Government Area of Delta State to late Mr. and Mrs. Ikeoyi.Romina Nkechi was so beautiful and her father have to take her away from his home to enable her grow up well and receive good education. She was taken to late Jinmimah Okoh, who got married to one of the white cooks in Lagos. She went to Igbanke Secondary School where she further took her Education to the next level. She got her TCII in 1978, She taught at Iheoma Primary School and Orogodo Primary School. In 1985, she got her ACE, and Obtai...
Accident scene that occured at the early hours of Thursday, July 23, 2020 at the Old site gate of the College of Education, Agbor in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State.
The accident which involved a Toyota Camry with registration number GWK 771 AA and Sienna Saloon car with registration number: AGL 472 FY. The men of the Nigerian Police Force were seen at the scene of the incident controlling traffic so as to restore free flow of traffic along the busy Warri Abuja road. No life was lost as at the time of filing in this report.
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Members of a reputed pools agents’ association under the umbrella body of Ika United Pools Agents’ Association, have been thrown into mourning following the devastated news of the death of their two beloved members.
The late members whose names were given as, Mr. Onyeacholem Magnus (aka, what’s the many) and Mr. Mike Ozor (aka, Nwapoja) were said to be active members that contributed immensely to the growth of the association.
Speaking in a communiqué made available by the Chairman of the association, Apostle John Monday, and read through the Secretary, Mr. Ekwuye Philip, and the association expressed regret over the loss.
They described the deceased members as worthy citizens and eminent leaders who made impacts in promoting pools business in Ika land and beyond...