I have forgiven those that offended me- Yonwuren declares

* Your wishes for market, other developments for Ugbuwangue have come to pass- Arch Bishop Avwomakpa

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I have forgiven those that offended me- Yonwuren declares
Arch Bishop Goddowell Avwomakpa (left) & Prince Yonwuren


 The new Olare-Aja (Eldest Man) of Ugbuwangue Community in Warri, Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State, Prince Agidotan Edede Yonwuren, says he has forgiven those that offended him prior to his introduction as Olare-Aja of Ugbuwangue.



Cross Section of Ofonikpaya Okrika Community indigenes, maternal in-laws of Yonwuren & Agbeje Family



Prince Yonwuren, who is the only surviving grandson of the founder of Ugbuwangue Community, made the declaration Saturday September 14, during the Thanksgiving Celebration/ Opening of Yonwuren and Agbeje Family Town Hall (Ogwa Baba) in Warri.



Cross Section of some Chiefs of Warri kingdom & other notable dignitaries at the event



He commended the CEO of Fenog Nigeria limited, Engr. Austin Oghenejabor, for his enormous contribution towards the development of Ugbuwangue Community, including renovation of the community town hall.


The Olare-Aja enjoined indigenes of Ugbuwangue as well non indigenes, to join hands with him in the quest at fostering unity, peace and overall development of Ugbuwangue.



Pa. Churchill Oki (JP) making his remarks, while others listen


The Warri Community Head, commended the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Ikenwoli, Chiefs of Warri Kingdom, the member representing Warri Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, Chief Thomas Ereyitomi, Chairman of Warri South Local Area, Dr. Michael Tidi, the commissioner representing Itsekiri Ethnic Nationality in the Board of DESOPADEC, Hon. Griftson Omatsuli, and others for their support.