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Warri Fed. Constituency Mourns Passage Of Pa. Ebimami At 80

Warri Federal Constituency mourns as late Chief Emmanuel Ebimami a political and bridge builder  passed on at the ripe age of 80.

Hon. Chief  Thomas Ereyitomi JP signing the condolence register

While on a condolence visit by the Member Representing Warri  Federal Constituency  at the Green Chamber at National Assembly, Chief
Thomas Ereyitomi JP on behalf of the federal constituency described,  Pa. Ebimami the  Bolowei of Egbema kingdom, Warri North, as a lover of peace who built the structure and encouraged peaceful coexistence among Ijaw and Itsekiri in Warri North Local Government Area.

Hon. Ereyitomi described late Pa. Ebimami who was a former  member of  Federal Character Commission that Represented  Delta State, as a great man and a  community leader who has lived a fulfilled life before his demise, nothing that Pa. Ebimami legacies lives on and speaks volume to all in the federal constituency as well as the state and beyond.

Late Chief Emmanuel Ebimami

The Warri  Federal Representatives member said the elder statesman fatherly advice and encouragement will be greatly missed , he condoled with the family , the political family just as he admonished the family to consolidate on  the good foundation of peace and  love  among the various ethnic group built and  left behind by the octogenarian of the Ebimami family.

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He prayed God to be with the family and for  eternal rest be granted late Chief Emmanuel Ebimami.

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