Ayuba Danladi


1957 – 2020 Ayuba Danladi  was a native of Dass Local Government Area, Bauch State, Nigeria. He was a Muslim and was married with four (4) wives and twenty (20) children.  Ayuba Danladi, started his primary education at Central Primary School, Dass, between 1962 and 1968 and obtained his First […]

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Let me be myself


Samuel O. Onungwe Let me be myself, I’m not myself I know you do not know me How can you know me, You shut the windows to your heart And caged it like a prisoner Leaving me lonesome like an orphan Free but imprisoned I know you’ve been hurt Many […]

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Archbishop Dr. Friday Osaro Nwator, OON, JP


1940-2015 Birth and Early Life At the dawn of a new decade in 1940, was born a new baby to Mr./Mrs. Nwator of Alueken family in Ogale village, Eleme – Nigeria.  That day, his father called him Friday Osaro Nwator and that became his name.  He would rise from a […]

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Chief Samuel Ngbale Osaro


1936~2012 Birth Samuel was a product of prayer. So was the case of Chief Samuel Ngbale Osaro. His  birth came after series of fasting and prayer by Chief/Mrs. Peter Osaro, Ekorwi Agbeta Ebubu, Eleme LGA in Rivers State. He was their fourth child and the only male child. Born on […]

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Chief Isaac Osaro Agbara


1951-2019 Birth Chief Isaac Osaro Agbara, Emere Nkuma 1 of Eleme and the One-Eh Ejamah XI, Ebubu in Eleme LGA, Rivers State, Nigeria, was born into the family of Chief Appolus and Chief (Mrs.) Hannah Abbe on 6th March, 1951. Education He obtained the First School Leaving Certificate at the […]

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Mutiny in Eden


At cockcrow, Aa they despised Coal was her colour; Aa never a coal I know a thing more honey than honey I know a thing, Aa is the thing Their eagle eyes could not eye At sixteen, sweet sixteen, Aa; Her skin was the fertile humus Her hair …the fresh […]

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Elder Obele Te-Nwaji


28th Nov., 1930 ~ 8th Dec., 2011 Birth and Early Life The marriage between Late Mr Akarada Nwaji of Osaro-Ejii, in Ejii Community and Late Mrs Yorowa Osaro-Oluka of Okori Community both in Ogale, in the present day Eleme LGA led to the birth of Obele Te-nwaji on the 28th […]

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Make me a man


Samuel O. Onungwe Please, God, make me a man; No, I do not mean by mere genitals. Oh Lord, make me a man; To be rich, to meet her needs. God, make me a man; No, I do not mean by mere biceps. But, to be brave, to defend her. […]

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Dream


Samuel O. Onungwe

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Dash Your Dream


Samuel O. Onungwe You have heard: Do not dash your dream Dreams come true For those who believe But I say to you: Should you give your best And your dream fails Be S.M.A.R.T. Dash that dream And dream again Sometimes, it’s better To let the dream die Than dying […]

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HRM, Sir (Dr.) S. O. Ejire


16th Nov., 1929 – 6th Dec. 2018  (89 years) Birth and Childhood His Royal Majesty, Sir (Dr.) Samuel Oluka Ejire, was born on 16th Nov., 1929 to Chief Michael Ejire Awala and Madam Ogboru Ejire Awala both of Agbonchia Clan, Eleme LGA, Rivers State, Nigeria. He was the second surviving […]

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The Need to Restore Water Supply in Eleme


By Samuel O. Onungwe The issue of environmental pollution in Eleme land and its neighbour, Ogoni land, both of Rivers State, Nigeria has gained global recognition. This was popularised by the independent assessment embarked by the United Nations Environmental Programme, UNEP in 2010 as commissioned by the Federal Government of […]

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Time to Take Our Destiny in Our Hands


By Samuel O. Onungwe Recently, it became lucid to me that the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB is a ‘militant’ group formed perhaps to represent the South-East region among the league of militants. They seem to have studied the country to understand that government only gives attention to revolutionaries. No […]

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Pastor Simeon Job Okochi


5th Jan. 1929 – 2nd Feb. 2012 Sir Okochi, was the son of Job Ngetoo Osaro Ogborun Okochi of Adama Community in Ogale and Jane Ngwiate Ejire Tee Okerewa of Agbeta Community in Aleto both from Eleme LGA, Rivers State Nigeria. They had wished and prayed that by his first […]

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Welcome to Adaaji Blog


Welcome to my blog: www.adaaji.com This blog is designed through its bio-autobiography section to keep afresh the memories of the departed and living legends in order to inspire the younger generations to aspire for greater greatness in their endeavours as well as provide useful information about their forebears to buttress […]

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