Following the death former Mayor of Port Harcourt City Local Government Area and leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State, Chief Nnamdi Wokekoro on 12th December, 2017, the youths of Rebisi kingdom, Port Harcourt, Rivers State today staged a peaceful protest to the family of the late Mayor of Port Harcourt City Local Government Area in Ogbunabali and demand for his burial.
According to the post made by Bob Abayomi, the protest was led by the youths leader, Hon Sydney Ogolo who have given the family members 21days ultimatum to come together and organize a befitting funeral for the deceased.
See the posts and photos below:
LATE CHIEF NNAMDI WOKEKORO (23rd April 1963 – 12th December 2017)
Peaceful Protest organized by the youth leaders of Rebisi Kingdom calling on the family members of Late Chief Nnamdi Wokekoro to sheath their swords and come together to bury this fallen icon of Rebisi kingdom.
The youths led by Hon Sydney Ogolo have given the family members 21days ultimatum to come together and organize a befitting funeral for the deceased.
Enough is enough, Nnamdi Wokekoro must be buried.
2nd January 2019
In another post, he wrote:
LATE CHIEF NNAMDI WOKEKORO (23rd APRIL 1963 – 12th DECEMBER 2017
Still protesting the continuous refusal of the brothers of Late Chief Nnamdi Wokekoro to commit his body to mother earth.
Met the major antagonist in this quagmire Mr Welimati Wokekoro, the eldest brother of the deceased who have vehemently refused to release the mortuary documents so the corpse can be accessed for burial.
The youths gave the Wokekoro family 21days ultimatum to release the mortuary documents so the corpse can be accessed for burial by the entire youths of Rebisi kingdom.
All accusing fingers are pointing at Mr Welimati Wokekoro as the main figure behind this quagmire.
Hustle for your wealth and leave another man’s wealth alone.
2nd January 2018