Friday, October 30

IKA south

Youths As Major Actors In Nation Building Chief Jacob Igumah

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A community leader Chief(Dr) Jacob Igumah the Oyemenibe of Edo/Delta States has emphasized the importance of youths as major actors in nation building. Speaking to newsmen in his office at Ime-Obi, Chief Iguma who is also known as, Omiye advised youths in the area and Nigeria at large to maintain bright prospect of intelligence and be hard working in their education and apprenticeship. Chiefe Iguma who hailed from Abavo Kingdom in Ika South Local Government Area of the state advised the youths to engage in ventures that should bring glory to their parents irrespective of the monetary reward, adding that they should eschew evil activities that are capable of bringing disgrace and reproach to their families and communities.He called on parents to groom their children in the fear of God...

Rainoil opens new outlet in Agbor

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…We are one litre for one liter – Regional manager …as residents, commuters justle for free fuel Monday, August 24, 2020 witnessed an atmosphere of joy and excitement for Petroleum users as one of the leading oil company in Nigeria, Rainoil Limited, opened her new outlet in Agbor. The officially Commissioning of the new outlet located directly opposite Phico Hotel, along Benin/Asaba expressway, Agbor, marked the six retail outlet of the company which proud its self for making a difference.The outlet has 5 product dispensing pumps, state of the art fire-fighting equipment, a mini-mart and well structured Lubrication unit. The exercise witnessed the blessing of the outlet premises by an anointed man of God, Pastor …and the formal commissioning performed by a prominent politician ...

Hon. Barr. Nwokolo puts smiles on faces of widows

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…Donates food items Not less than 120 widows under the umbrella body of Naomi Widows Forum, in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, smiled home on Saturday, August 22, 2020, with food items to eat. The items which include bags of rice, beans, cartons of Power vegetable oil, tomatoes paste and can drinks were donated by the Member representing Ika Federal Constituency at Federal House of Representatives, Hon. (Barr.) Victor Nwokolo, as part of his humanitarian gesture towards supporting the downtrodden. The donation to the widows is usually carried out twice every year, at Easter and Christmas, which has indeed, rekindled the joy of the women as they got more than enough to feed on. The distribution exercise was held at The Terbanacle of God Ministry in Ime-Obi, Agbor...

SPIRITS IN IKA CULTURE

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IKA CULTURAL CUM TRADITIONAL RELIGION BELIEF IN SPIRITS IN IKA CULTURETHE SPIRIT OF THE WITCHES (NDI IGBOME) Since witches fly with birds or swift nocturnal animals or with other materials, it is not surprising that their favourite haunts are on top of trees. Tall trees in the forests or hollow or curiously shaped trees, especially silk-cotton, baobab and Iroko trees are widely held to be their meeting places. It is also generally believed that the guild of witches has its regular meetings and ceremonies in forests, or in open sandy places called ubom (covens) in the middle of the nights. The meeting, a respondent explained, is the meeting of “souls”, ‘spirits’ of the witches. It is believed that the spirits leave the bodies of witches in the form of birds. Their main pur...

BELIEF IN SPIRITS IN IKA CULTURE

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IKA CULTURAL CUM TRADITIONAL RELIGION The Spirit Of The Witches (ndi Igbome) Since witches fly with birds or swift nocturnal animals or with other materials, it is not surprising that their favourite haunts are on top of trees. Tall trees in the forests or hollow or curiously shaped trees, especially silk-cotton, baobab and Iroko trees are widely held to be their meeting places. It is also generally believed that the guild of witches has its regular meetings and ceremonies in forests, or in open sandy places called ubom (covens) in the middle of the nights. The meeting, a respondent explained, is the meeting of “souls”, ‘spirits’ of the witches. It is believed that the spirits leave the bodies of witches in the form of birds. Their main purpose is to work havoc on ...