A Photo Gallery of 4th UHS Annual Conference
Held in London, United Kingdom, October 31 - November 2, 2003
 
Compiled by Peter Ekeh. Photographs taken by Helen Ekeh, Perkins Foss, and Patrick Okene.
 
Chief J. M. Barovbe
UHS Conference Coordinator in Nigeria
 
Johnson Barovbe was very much part of the organization of the 4th UHS Annual Conference. He coordinated the affairs of the Conference in Nigeria and was responsible for liaising with Deacon Gamaliel Onosode and Olorogun Moses Taiga, both of whom were nominated to play pivotal roles in the Conference. In the Conference itself, Barovbe played major roles. He was the chair of the Cultural Evening. He made the largest donation for the organization of the 4th Annual Conference at the venue of the Conference.
 

Contents


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Opening Ceremony


Academic Sessions


Cultural Evening


Closing Ceremony


Women at the Conference


Igbe Dance


Senator David Dafinone


Governor James Ibori


Deacon Gamaliel Onosode


Chief Godwin Ogbetuo


Professor Bruce Onobrakpeya

 


 Professor Frank Ukoli


 Dr. Emmanuel Urhobo


 Chief Daniel Obiomah


 Andrew Edevbie


Chief Simpson Obruche


Chief Perkins Foss


Professor Ajovi Scott-Emuakpor


Professor Isaac James Mowoe


Very Rev. Prof. Sam Erivwo


Dr. Helen Ekeh


Dr. Rose Aziza


Mr. Ejiro Ughwujabo


Dr. Aruegodore Oyiborhoro


Professor Michael Nabofa


 Chief J. M. Barovbe


Ms Janet Oromafuru Eruvbetere


Dr. Francis Omohwo


Mr. Love Ojakovo


Chief Albert Metitiri


Alice Ukoko


Peter Ekeh


Jude Onakpoma


Dr. Ona Pela


Mrs. Felicia Emesiru-Akusu

Johnson Barovbe (second from right) chaired the Cultural Evening. To his left sits Chief D. A. Obiomah. To his immediate right are Perkins and Catherine Foss. Third from him is Ms Janet Eruvbetere. At the extreme right is Dr. Edwin Sawacha of the Ijaw Peoples Association.


 

At the Closing Ceremony, Johnson Barovbe sits with friends. T his immediate left is Bruce Onobrakpeya. To his right is Perkins Foss.


Johnson Barovbe at a moment in the academic sessions of the Conference.

 

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