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Okowa, Uduaghan’s visit set Ibori home aglow



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With the visit of Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa and his predecessor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, the Oghara home of former Governor James Ibori became a beehive of activities on Sunday.
Ibori, who served a jail term in London for money laundering, returned to the country on Saturday.
Others who visited are Deputy Governor Kinsley Otuaro, Senator James Manager, Ibori’s former deputy Benjamin Elue, and a former commissioner, Prof. Godwin Darah.
Uduaghan arrived at Ibori’s expansive Villa at about 3:30pm. He was joined by Okowa at about 4:15pm.
Access into the house was restricted to reporters.
Although sources suggested there was a closed-door meeting between Ibori and Okowa/Uduaghan, others at the residence said there was no special meeting as all guests were seated in the living room exchanging banters.
“I was there and I can tell you that there was no special meeting. They were all there privately,” a source said.
As at the time of filing this report at 6pm, the governor’s entourage was still at Oghara.

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