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Toru-Angiama Goes Agog As Niger Delta Highlife Music Legend, King Pereama Freetown (JP) Sets To Play In Chief Watchman’s Burial 11th February, 2021

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Toru-Angiama Goes Agog As Niger Delta Highlife Music Legend, King Pereama Freetown (JP) Sets To Play In Chief Watchman’s Burial 11th February, 2021

 

The Word of God in Ecclesiastes 6:3 says, “A man might have a hundred children and live to be very old. But if he finds no satisfaction in life and doesn’t even get a decent burial, it would have been better for him to be born dead.”

King Pereama Freetown JP, the Numu-Pere II of Ijaw nation says if someone does not live a careful life and dies untimely death, he has lost one of his celebrations.

Late King (Dr.) Robert Ebizimor also said that the date of one’s birth is a great day of celebration and the day one would die is another day of a greater celebration.

Late Double Chief Watchman Eyinimisu lived to old age, and he also has children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren, and lived a fulfilled life, to the glory of God. Therefore, the children have no reason to fail him and ignore the Word of God in Ecclesiastes 3:6, by not giving him a befitting burial.

The women of Toru-Angiama Community, said late Double Chief Watchman Eyinimisu was a very good man, an extrovert and the most friendly “Amaokosiowei” they have ever seen in Toru-Angiama, and they’re fully prepared to celebrate his glorious exit on the 11th of February, 2021 when the Great GrandMaster, the Music Pillar of Niger Delta and Numu-Pere the second of Ijaw nation, King Pereama Freetown JP will perform live.

King Pereama Freetown JP in his threnody to his father, late Pa Freetown Sanusi, says there is no death that does not go with a cry.

What kind of cry will you give to a man that dies young? What kind of cry will you give to a man that dies in old age?

Peresine is using indelible pen to cry and console himself over the death of his aged father.

Peresine is listening to threnodies (dirges) to cry and console himself over the death of his father.

Peresine takes solace in God that is father has gone to heaven as stated by late King (Dr.) Robert Ebizimor in his threnody to Obiri, the Amaokosiowei of Bulu-Orua, that the oldest man of every community would go to heaven.

Peresine is crying over the death of his father to ensure that his father is properly buried.

Peresine is crying over the death of his father for the things the death of his father has exposed him to. Peresine is crying over the death of is father by appreciating those who have genuinely shown concern over the death of his father and how the burial will go smoothly.

Peresine is crying over the death of his father by appreciating those who have given him words of encouragement…
Peresine is crying over the death of his father by inviting friends, well wishers, political associates to join him pay his late father the last respect he deserved on February 11, 2021.

Peresine Watchman,
Your beloved son.

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Comrade Kelly Gilor is a graduate of Communication Management from Delta State university (Delsu), Abraka. He believes in Justice and Equity with Good Governance. He is an activist of the Niger Delta.

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