Big Thank You

I, Prince Agindotan Yonwuren, Patriarch of Yonwuren and Agbaje Family Descendants of Ugbuwangue

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Big Thank You
Cross Section of Chiefs of Warri Kingdom: from left: Chief Roland Omagbemi, Chief Patrick Yalaju, Prince Agindotan Yonwuren, Chief Alex Omaghomi, Chief Josephine Onemu, Chief Gabriel Awala & other prominent Chiefs


I, Prince Agindotan Yonwuren, Patriarch of Yonwuren and Agbaje Family Descendants of Ugbuwangue Community, Warri, express my deep gratitude to The Olu of Warri, Ogiame Ikenwoli, for the exceptional show of love and support towards the successful burial ceremony of my brother and departed Olare-Aja of Ugbuwangue, Late Prince John Ajorluwaiyan Edede Yonwuren.

Ogiame! Your resources and moral assistance as well as Royal Blessings went a long way to make the burial rites a monumental success.

May you continue to enjoy peaceful and prosperous reign as you work tirelessly in the journey of taking Iwere Kingdom to enviable height.

My heartfelt gratitude also goes to members of Warri Council of Chiefs, who attended the burial ceremonies on the instruction of Ogiame Ikenwoli, The Olu of Warri. Chiefs Gabriel Awala, Patrick Yalaju, Roland Omagbemi, Alex Omaghomi and Josephine Onemu readily comes to mind.

The financial and moral support made to the Yonwuren and Agbaje Family descendants towards the huge success of the burial ceremonies by the Olare-Aja of Okere, Ogieboro E. F. Esisi, Chief Thomas Ereyitomi, Chief Patrick Yalaju, Chief Fred Ogbe and Engr. Austin Oghenejabor, CEO of foremost indigenous company, FENOG Nigeria Limited, will forever remain indelible in my heart.

I will also not forget the Management and Staff of FENOG Nigeria Limited, Oton- Olu Dede led by Dr. Jackson Ireyefoju, the Chairman of Warri South Local Government Area, Dr. Michael Tidi as well as the Executive and Staff of the Council for leaving their footprints in the hearts of indigenes of Ugbuwangue Community, Warri.

To Mr. Julius Otiri and his siblings, members of the security agencies, youths, women and residents of Ugbuwangue as well as descendants of Yonwuren and Agbaje Family, especially Tony Egbe and Johnson Edema Ogbe, I say Big Thank You!

Permit me to equally appreciate the efforts of children of my late brother, Late Prince John Ajorluwaiyan Edede Yonwuren for the role they played as well. Kudos to you all, particularly Prince Francis Edede Yonwuren.

My appreciation also goes to indigenes and residents of the following communities:

Ugbori, Ofonibegha (Okrika) Igbogidi Orugbo, Usele, Ubeji, Egbokodo, Ifie, Okere, Ajamimogha, Ode- Itsekiri Olu, Pessu, Elders Town, Ogunu, Ekurede Itsekiri, Ekurede Urhobo, Uvwie Communities, Ijaws from Oghulagha, Obotebe and Yokiri as well as Northerners resident in Ugbuwangue and environs led by Isa and Yunisa.


Below are some shots from the funeral rites as taken by Our Senior Correspondent, Celestine Ukah.


Children of Prince Yonwuren Agindotan & other family members




Children of late Prince John Edede Yonwuren & Prince Agindotan Yonwuren



Cross Section of children of Late Prince John Edede Yonwuren, Prince Agindotan Yonwuren (middle) Hon. Lebi Yonwuren & others



Children of Late Prince John Edede Yonwuren (from left): Mrs. Eburu Obaro-Yonwuren, Mrs. Lucky Yonwuren, Mr. Oritsuwa Yonwuren Edede, Mr. Daniel Edede Yonwuren, Mrs. Amajuwa Oguwa Yonwuren, Mrs. Oritsuwa Edede Yonwuren & Mrs. Retsone Yonwuren



Family members of Prince Yonwuren   

Children & family members of Prince Agindotan Yonwuren 


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