People of Isaba kingdom in Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State are in for lots of thrills and funfare on Monday, January 28th when they will be laying to rest their late monarch, His Royal Majesty, Pere Donokoromo 11 with a promise to unveil a fresh Ijaw music culture.
Hints about this was given by popular Ijaw music star, Prince Abraham Donokoromo, in a chat with GbaramatuVoice newspaper while on a visit to the corporate headquarters of the media outfit this afternoon.
Better known as Isaba Abraham, the sweet singing sensation, promised to keep the guests on their feet dancing to his sonorous music on the burial day.
Prince Donokoromo, who leads the Ijaw United Brothers Band, emphasised: “There would be no dull moments at the burial ceremony of the monarch (His Royal Majesty) Pere Donokoromo. Guests should come prepared to see a totally different and rejuvenated Ijaw United Brothers Band play a much improved and danceable music like it has never been done before.
“I am not making an empty boast. On the D Day a fresh music culture would be unveiled for all to see and marvel.”