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 Henry ubuvwerorose is a prolific,competent,vasatile and accredited Urhobo oratory.

Professor Ofua who founded the Oratory in the 1956 accredited Henry as an Orator.People loves Henry,s Oratory because in any occasion where he had performed his ability to diversify his language using his local dialects cum simple but correct English have attracted him to all and sundry.

   Henry Ubus aka Eterhe-Eta(streams of words) of all Urhobo Orators have travel to many state of the federal republic of Nigeria for many Oratory functions.

Henry Ubus and his Oratory explosion performs in social occasion such as Marriage ,naming ceremony, birthday,burial etc.

    When Ubus speaks in any occasion you must laugh, because he believes that laughters are liable to live long.

Henry was recently interview by Delta Broadscasting Service Warri,Delta where heextensively Educated and Entertain the entire populace.The interview lasted for 25 minutes with different callers participation in the programme.

According to Henry "we are known as Urhobo Orators ,but the because of the heterogenous  nature of Nigeria the need to diversify the language become so important.

On the 27th day of September 2009, Orator Ubus was made the permanet Orator of Unity ladies social club which chronicled a wonderful ceremony in the  Aladja Town in U du LGA of Delta State.

National Association of Urhobo Professional Orator(NAUPO)was registered in teh year 1995 with registration no.00133 accordind to the edict No.7  of 1985.There are 23 kindoms in Urhobo land which makes up the Urhobo United Kingdoms.

PAST UPU PRESIDENT GENERALS:

Late chief Mukoro Muwoe      -1931-1948

Late Chief John O.Okudu    -1948-1957

Late Chief Jabion Obahor-1957-1961

Late chief T.Salubi-      1961-1982

Late Chief Esiri         -1985-1993

Late Chief Edewor-1994-1998

Olorogun (Gen)David Ejoor(rtd),acting capacity-1994-1999

Chief Benjamin Okumagba -1999-2007.

The Urhobo Progress Union(UPU) was founded on 30th Oct.1931 and registered on 8th July, 1946 by:

Late Mukoro Mowoe Evwreni

Late Chief A. Udi of Ekakpamre

Late Prince C.K Ezewu of Ohrerhe, Agbarho.

 

 

 


 

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