07 December, 2016

LATE JUSTICE JAMES OMO AGEGE FOR BURIAL DECEMBER 9.


Barr. Fred Latimore writes.........................
Renowned Jurist and former Chief Justice of Delta State between 1993 and 1998, Honourable Justice James Omo Agege will be given a befitting burial this weekend at his Orogun home town in Delta State, South-South, Nigeria.

Burial rites begins on December 9 while the major final burial and grand reception will take place on December 10, 2016.

The farewell events for the departed super Bencher and biological father of the Senator representing Delta Central at the National Assembly, Distinguished Senator Ovie Omo Agege, is expected to attract men and women of aristocratic dignitaries including the President of the Senate and Joint Chairman of the National Assembly, Distinguished Senator Bukola Saraki and members of the National Assembly. 

Also to grace the celebration of life for the departed former Chief Judge of Delta State are members of the Body of Benchers, Past and present Chief Judge of Delta State, members of the Nigerian Bar, top government officials and big time politicians from the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria.

Olorogun Otega Emerhor, OON will also lead a powerful delegation of Delta State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the grand ceremony while Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa will lead the team of Commissioners and top government functionaries to the masterclass burial ceremony of late Justice James Omo Agege. 

Chief Judge of Delta State, My Lord, Justice Marshal Umukoro will mobilize the entire members of Delta State judiciary to the funeral ceremony of the departed legal icon and former Chief Judge of Delta State. 

Programmes of event released by the family is to the effect that guests are to come with empty stomachs as the Omo Agege family places premium on maximum entertainment throughout the events begining from December 9, 2016.

With all humility and maximum respect, we say GOODBYE to the legal luminary and superb former Bencher, Justice James Omo Agege.



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