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Nofiu Ridwan
National open university of Nigeria (Noun)
Bsc. Economic
300Level, Nigeria.
…Speaks on how Urhobo should play politics, leadership of Olorogun Teiga Chief Johnson Modika Barovbe is a man of many paths. He retired from the corporate world as the Managing Director of Dumex Nigeria Limited many years ago and went back to his first love, education. He is the proprietor of the prestigious Westminster College in Lagos. He is also a traditional chief and a major stakeholder in the Urhobo Nation He is the Tosogbe of Badagry, Okunna of Agbon Kingdom and Ahwotu (crowd puller) of Urhobo Kingdom. He is the Chairman, Board of Trustees of Urhobo Social Club, a foremost Urhobo club, based in Lagos. He spoke with Saturday Vanguard on a variety of issues.
Yes, you are right. I was part of the delegation that visited President Buhari, led by the UPU President General Worldwide, Olorogun Moses Taiga. Olorogun Taiga spoke on behalf of the Urhobo Nation. He spoke on the need to restructure Nigeria, as espoused by the South South People’s Assembly, of which the Urhobo Nation is a part. He also requested for the return of Urhobo lands which were given to the military, but have been diverted to private use.

Read more at: www.vanguardngr.com/2018/11/urhobo-still-waiting-for-buhari-to-fulfill-promises/
Urhobo Still Waiting For Buhari To Fulfill Promises  - Political News

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