GbaramatuVoice has rebranded Gbaramatu Kingdom, Ijaw and Niger Delta – Mulade 

The Country Director and CEO, Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice, CEPEJ, Chief Sheriff Mulade, has stated that the activities of the GbaramatuVoice media house has rebranded Gbaramatu Kingdom, Ijaw nation and Niger Delta.

Chief Mulade, who is also the Ibe- serimowei of Gbaramatu Kingdom made this known on Thursday when he paid a courtesy visit to GbaramatuVoice office in Warri, Delta State, to show appreciation for it’s tireless reports across the Niger Delta and Nigeria at large, as the year come to an end with the outstanding reportage.

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He explained that Gbaramatu Kingdom has a name but the activities of GbaramatuVoice has made the name go beyond human expectations, adding that despite the challenges in the year 2021 GbaramatuVoice still maintain it’s pace to broaden the reach of newspaper and also catapults the name Gbaramatu beyond Ijaw, Delta and to the entire globe.

“As one of the media houses in the Niger Delta, it’s also part of us, I felt that it is important for me to visit you. I didn’t know that it will go in this form to say let me come and say thank you to GbaramatuVoice for all your support, assistance and promotion of my kingdom despite the fact that we are all from the same kingdom, you have rebrand the name Gbaramatu Kingdom.

“Gbaramatu has a name beyond our reach today because of GbaramatuVoice. We are known in Ijaw ethnic nationality as one strong kingdom, we are known in the Niger Delta but you have made the name Gbaramatu go beyond our expectation.

“Inspite of the challenges in 2021 you still continue to sustain that pace to broaden the reach of GbaramatuVoice and in broaden the reach of GbaramatuVoice it automatically catapult the name Gbaramatu beyond Delta State, beyond Ijaw to the entire globe, we are very proud particularly, and I am very glad for sustaining this paste, for promoting the name of Gbaramatu.”

Sheriff stressed that his purpose of visiting the media house is to thank the publisher and staff, adding that in 2022 there would be a better place for GbaramatuVoice at the national level.

However, the CEO and Publisher of GbaramatuVoice, Mr Jacob Abai appreciated Comr. Sheriff and urged him to continue the good work he has started right from the inception of the media house.

By Loveth Ojogun

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