By Loveth Ojogun
The Beleukoriwei (Pathfinder) of Arogbo- Ibe Kingdom in Ese-Odo Local Government Area of Ondo State, and the CEO/Chairman of Bradama International Skill Works Ltd, High Chief Bibopere Ajube popularly known as Shoot-At-Sight, has distributed relief materials to victims of fire outbreak in Egbemene Island community, Fenegbene, Ogbe-Ijoh Warri Kingdom in Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta state.
Over seven houses and properties worth millions of naira were reportedly razed in a midnight inferno that occurred at the Egbemene community in Warri waterside.
It was learnt that the havoc was caused as a result of candle light which some unnamed children had put on before going to bed.
King Seleke Warefa who presented the gifts on behalf of Chief Ajube on Friday promised that the people should be patient for more of other good things to come, noting that Ajube would replace the buildings that were destroyed at the cause of the outbreak in no distant time.
However, the Chairman of Egbemene Island community, Mr Collins Kemefa, appreciated High Chief Bibopere Ajube, for his thoughtfulness towards them, adding that he was informed within a short period of time before the donation.
He stressed that God would strengthen him and provide more for him so he would replace the houses has promised.
He said “first of all I want to thank our leader, High Chief Bibopere Ajube, you are indeed a great leader. Since last week when this place got burnt we have not seen any body to provide any relief material to us but we just called across to our leader, all the way from Ondo state, today he sent so many relief materials, rice, indomie, so many things. I want to appreciate this man, I want to thank God for his life that God will begin to bless him so that he can do more.”
The Council representing Adu Ward, and also the Deputy speaker Warri South West, Hon. Governor Stanley Warenanawei, on the other hand thanked High Chief Ajube for his support and also use the opportunity to call on the Delta State government to come to their aid.
Relief materials that were distributed includes; Rice, Indomie, Groundnut, tomatoes and other items.
See photos below.