23RD-24TH APRIL 2015
Burial rites and ceremony
HUSSEY COLLEGE WARRI
Notable Teachers= late Uncle pa Hon Justice chief SA Ajuyah was one of them
Dr Alex Ekwueme - Former vice president of Nigeria who was Physics Master between 1950 and 1952.
C. O. Lawson - Who later became permanent secretary and secretary to the Federal Government.
Justice Victor Ovie Whisky - A jurist who served as a Chief Judge of the Benin High Court in the late 1970s and later as the chairman of the Federal Electoral Commission (FEDECO) from 1980–1983.
Justice S. A. Ajuyah - Who was an English teacher.
Professor Eskor Toyor - Marxist economist
Professor S.I.M. Ogwo
Dr U. U. Udoh
Dr J. B. Akingba
Nze Sam Onyewuenyi.
Abel Guobadia - Former Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Chairman, Commissioner for Education and later Commissioner for Finance in the former Bendel State (now Edo and Delta) between 1979 and 1983.
Chief (Mrs.) Betty Efekodha - Hon. Commissioner, Ministry Of Women Affairs, Community and Social Development, taught Literature in English and English Language.
Mrs A.N Okocha..seasoned teacher, she taught so many years in the school, from Yoruba as a national language far back in 1988 to social studies and History in the Nineties and a strong disciplinarian
Mrs Igbesoko, The famous Geography teacher that taught SS1 students Geography in the Nineties, she retired in 1997
Mrs E.C. Pillai - Health Sciences teacher, 1961–1965
Mr M.G. Philipos - Vice-Principal and Head of the Department of Chemistry, 1968–1986
Mrs A.O. Philipos - Head of the Department of Mathematics, 1971–1986
Mr T.D. Cherian - Vice-Principal and Head of the Department of Physics, 1969–1987
Mrs Cherian - Mathematics teacher, 1973–1987
Mr Anthony Gogo Agbasoga- Notable French Teacher. Nana house Master.
Ms Catherine Onoriose - French teacher
Mrs Agbam - Home Economics teacher
Mr Ajah -
Mrs Dorus F- Fine Art teacher
HE Mrs Roli Uduaghan (née Touyo) Former student and Home Economics Teacher
Mr VRC Nwokocha VP Admin
Mr Onwuamaeze (Coach Physical Education Teacher) Late
This is my tribute to late uncle Pa Hon Justice chief SA Ajuyah rtd
Uncle it was a honor to know you, i could not express the sudden shock and disbelief at your demise, that papa is gone.
The lesson in life i learnt is do your best and leave the rest to God Almighty
I was always happy to hear his philosophical wisfom and advice.
Indeed life is not how you want it, but what God has for you,
He came from a traditional African background with extended family,every one struggled for themselves as he experienced death of His father when he was about 10 years old, He was a bridge that kept the family united between the older generations and the younger folks
He was a proud patriotic itsekiri man,from warri in Delta state of Nigeria always advocating for the itsekiri nation,He cautioned against clandestine moves against the itsekiri kingdom.
He was a great family man, he would have time to listen to you speak and later give you his opinion,or idea.
ADIEU BABA You will be missed.
As Christians we belief in resurrection, and Jesus Christ gave us hope, so we will see Papa again on Resurrection day John 5.28