Akala’s funeral: Adidi Ayamabulou, chiefs, Angele, political leaders in Burutu

As the remains of Chief Lucky Preboye, the Darekoro 1 of Iduwini Kingdom, Delta State was laid to rest at Ofougbene, his younger brother, Hon. Adidi Preboye has on behalf of the family appreciated all those that contributed their quota for the burial of the late chief.

Chief Lucky Preboye, aged 51 was better known as Akala owing to his free lifestyle to almost all that came in contact with him.

His painful death occurred on the 24th of December 2018 while his remains where taken to Ofougbene for burial on Friday the 18th of January 2019 amidst sorrow, tears and wailing among family members, friends and well wishers who were heavily present to pay their last respect to the late chief.

However, Adidi had particularly appreciated the paramount ruler of Iduwini Kingdom, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, His Royal Majesty, Bosu Dio, JP, Ayamabolou 1 and the entire council of chiefs in Iduwini who came in their numbers to witnessed the funeral of their late colleague.

Meanwhile, Hon. Preboye had stated that he is surprised by the support given to him by some political leaders across Burutu Local Government while on the process of laying his elder brother to rest.

While appreciating Hon. Godknows Angele, chairman of Burutu Local Government Area, Delta State, he had described him as a wonderful man, stressing that he was fully on ground for the family throughout their trying moment.

Preboye had also appreciated other political leaders across the local government and beyond who contributed in one way or the other for the burial of Akala.

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