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Remains of Ama-okosuwei, Pawuru of Inikorogha community laid to rest



By Stephen Asaba-ase


The ancient Inikorogha community has bid farewell to Late Pa. Chief Joseph Megbuwe Pawuru, the Ama-okosuwei of Inikorogha Community (aka Area Minister) in Ovia South West LGA of Edo State as he was buried amid jubilation and encomium following his unwavering leadership roles in harmonising residents and indigenes of the community.


Congress News Nigeria learnt that late pa Pawuru, was a selfless leader who was committed to the advocacy and fight for the development of Ijaw of Edo State and that of the Inikorogha community.


It was gathered that Late Pa. Chief Joseph who was fondly called Area Minister was a friend, an uncle and father to everybody in Inikorogha Community, he was also described as a light and pathfinder to every dark tunnel of Inikorogha Community Development.


Meanwhile, the Late Pa. Chief Joseph Megbuwe Pawuru burial order of service commenced with acceptance of the corpse, singing of processional Hymn, invocational prayer, introduction of guests, IBC treasure women worship and special prayer for the Family members.


This was followed by a live music display by King Karinto Fokitei Musical Organization to thrill the souls of sympathisers and dignitaries who come to identify with the family in their moment of grief.


Some personalities who graced the burial Ceremony of Chief Pa. Joseph Megbuwe Pawuru included,

Mr Friday Benson, Community Chairman, High Chief Philip Polo,

Elders Council Chairman, Hon. Samuel Uroupa, Chief Robinson Ogunkoro, INC Chairman Western Zone, Double Chief Happy Eyiwe, Comrade Daniel Ezekiel, spokesman of Coalition of Riverine Communities of Edo State, Barr. Owei Ipiteikumoh, President Coalition of Riverine Communities of Edo State and General Gidigba Godstime, SSA on waterways Surveillance to Edo State Governor and others.