Former governor James Ibori’s elder brother weds younger woman (photos)

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– Brother of Delta state’s ex-governor James Ibori has tied the knot with a younger woman

– The couple tied the knot at a traditional ceremony in Ethiope west local government area

– They joined their lives together in the presence on family and friends

William Ibori, the elder brother of former governor of Delta state, James Ibori, has tied the knot with a younger woman at a traditional ceremony in Ogharefe, Ethiope west local government area of the state.

The groom who was a chief of Oghara kingdom got married to his partner on Friday, March 16. It was gathered that the former Unugbrogo of Oghara kingdom took part in the traditional process to claim his wife in the presence of family and friends.

In 2010, His Royal Majesty Oreki II, the Ovie of Oghara Kingdom, derobed William as a chief of Oghara kingdom.

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It was gathered that he was derobed as a result of ‘gross acts of disloyalty and disrespect’ to monarch and the traditional institution. It was alleged that he unlawfully installed 48 persons as chiefs in Ogharefe.

James Ibori's elder brother weds younger woman

James Ibori’s elder brother weds younger woman in Delta state
Photo source: Facebook page Hope For Nigeria

On two occasions, he was said to have been summoned by the traditional rulers of the 23 Kingdoms in Urhoboland to defend himself , but he allegedly dismissed their request.

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James Ibori's elder brother weds younger woman

They tied the knot on March 16
Photo source: Facebook page Hope For Nigeria

His brother, James Ibori was governor of Delta state from May 29, 1999 to May 29, 2007. His political career began in 1990 when he joined the National Republican Convention.

James Ibori's elder brother weds younger woman

The tied the knot in the presence of family and friends
Photo source: Facebook page Hope For Nigeria

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