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GbaramatuVoice Niger Delta Awards: Chief Otuaro Bags Ijaw Peace Maker of the Year 

By Ebi Perekeme

The Ibe-uyadonwei of Gbaramatu kingdom, Chief Dennis Otuaro, has bagged the 2020 GbaramatuVoice Niger Delta Award as Ijaw Peace Maker of the Year.

The Publisher of GbaramatuVoice, Jacob Abai, presenting the Peace Maker of the Year award to Chief Dennis Otuaro, Ibe-uyadonwei of Gbaramatu kingdom.

Chief Otuaro is a ‘peace-tivist’ and social justice activist who was recognised for his contribution spanning over 15 years in youth advocacy, peace building and Niger Delta development.

Presenting the award at the annual Bini-ebi Festival on Monday November 9, the Publisher, Jacob Abai, said Chief Otuaro stood out for his immense contribution to the development of Ijaw nation.

Extolling his virtues further, he said the activist is also a bridge builder, dogged activist and promoter of good governance.

“GbaramatuVoice, the Niger  Delta leading and most trusted newspaper is proud to honour Chief Dennis Otuaro as Niger Delta Ijaw Peacemaker of the Year. We thank him for his work to address systemic and cultural oppression, his spirit of creative nonviolence, and his efforts to educate and empower the youths of Ijaw nation and the Niger Delta region”.

While accepting the award, Chief Otuaro, said he was humbled by the honour.

He said the award will encourage him to be more passionate and committed to the development of the Niger Delta region.

He thank the GbaramatuVoice Media House for finding him worthy for the award.

See photos below…

Chief Dennis Otuaro, Ibe-uyadonwei of Gbaramatu kingdom with Chief Kestin Pondi Ibe-benemowei of Gbaramatu kingdom.

Chief Dennis Otuaro with Chief Mcdonald Igbadiwei, member, Delta State House of Assembly

Chief Dennis Otuaro, Ibe-uyadonwei of Gbaramatu kingdom with Chiefs of Gbaramatu kingdom 

The Publisher and General Manager, Jacob Abai and Enaibo Asiayei of GbaramatuVoice Newspapers with the award recipient, Chief Dennis Otuaro

Chief Dennis Otuaro with his Niger Delta Ijaw Peace Maker of the Year, presented to him by the GbaramatuVoice Newspapers.

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