Edesiri of Oghara Clan, Ajamufua, passes on


The family of Ajamufua in Delta State has announced the death of their patriarch, the late Chief Ono Matthew Ajamufua.

Until his death on 6th April 2021, he was a community leader and peace loving socialite who believed in equity and justice.

The deceased was born to the family of Ajamufua of Oghara-Eki, Oghara Kingdom Delta State in 1937.

He was among the pioneering students of the great Titcombe College, Egbe, now in Kogi State founded in 1951. His admission number in the college is TC No 62. Admission number with which the college identifies its students is now in five digits.

Ajamufua educated many of his children in his Alma Mata where the Ajamufuas were renowned.

The current and old students of the college would miss the deceased as they plan to mark the 70th anniversary of the college established by missionaries of the Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) which later became ECWA.

The Ajamufua family would soon announce the burial arrangement to the public.

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