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Chief Wayles marks 56th birthday, celebrates father’s Remembrance



By Timi Black
Chief Correspondent

The ancient Enwhe community in Isoko South Local Government area of Delta state was agog as the Marine giant and billionaire, the CEO Of Wayles Group of Companies, High Chief Emonena Victor Wayles marked his 56th birth anniversary in the penultimate week.

However, the birth ceremony was also followed by the celebration of the one year remembrance of his late father, Chief Papa Francis Omote Egukawhore.The both ceremonies were marked in the ancient Enhwe community in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta state on Thursday 6th January, 2022 in a ground style.

Among dignatries who graced the historical events were: High Chief Tunde Smooth,
Chief Johnbull Ejovi,
Chief Greg Edor, Olorogun Ovie Festus Agas – Chief of Staff and others Representing Delta State Government such as
Hon. Lucky Youbougha and others – Representative of Government House, Bayelsa State,
Sen. James Ebiowou Manager,
Sen. Aguariavwodo Emmanuel Edesiri, Sen. Heinken Lokpobri,
Rt. Hon. (Chief) Sheriff F. O. Oborevwori (JP), Olorogun David Edevie,
Hon. (Chief) Agbedi Yeitiemone Frederick.Others were Engr. Daniel Omoyibo,
Hon. Chief Ferguson Onwo, Majority Leader DTHA,
Chief Kenneth Oboku,
Rt. Hon. Basil Ganagana,
Hon. Chief Asikia Ogieh,
Hon.Jonathan Okhodiko,
Hon. Johnson Erigo,
Hon. Chief Dickson Egbebere,
Hon. Evivie Ovuokpoye,
Hon. Isaac Aguanah,
Kokor Bazuaye,
Sir. Surv. Elias Onome Ovesuor,
Hon. Chief Michael Okan,
Chief Idolor Kennedy and
Chief Patrick Abe.

This was followed by a Thanksgiving service in his home town in the early hours of Sunday 9th January, 2022, in Okpolo Enhwe, Isoko South LGA of Delta State.

The billionaire High Chief Wayles JP and his family members convened at the St. Peters Church to thank God for keeping them to see the new year and ushering him the privilege to mark his birthday and to celebrate the 1st year remembrance anniversary of the passage of his beloved dad, late Chief Papa Francis Omote Egukawhore, The Arure of Okpolo (Enwhe).

Speaking at the Thanksgiving service, the High chief narrated how faithful God had been to him throughout the previous year, despite it was a tumultuous year for most people globally.Chief Wayles maintained that God saw him through in spite the multiple challenges he faced last year.

Meanwhile, he expressed displeasure over the abrupt attack by the neighbouring community Igbide on his Citadel at Enwhe community to scare him to stay away from his people.The Marine Oxygen, Wayles called on sons and daughters of the Isoko nation to come together and sheath their sword to build bridges that will foster unity among themselves, adding that only a united family can attract prosperity and enjoy the same in peace.However, the high point of the events were the donation of the sum of 5million naira to support a skill acquisition centre to be built by the St. Peters Anglican Church and another N100,000 each for 50 women of the Church by Engr Daniel Omoyibo, the CEO of Dantinajo Gold Resort Hotel Ltd.High Chief Wayles equally doubled the donation made by Engr Omoyibo as he thanked him for supporting the Church and the people of the Okpolo Enwhe community.