Women at the 4th UHS Annual Conference
A group of women leaders approach the high table at the Opening Ceremony.
Women in similar coloured-attire dance at the Opening Ceremony.
A Group of distinguished Urhobo women from London, UK, and Belgium at the Conference
(From left to right): Ms Janet Eruvbetere, (Name to be supplied), Mrs. Comfort Ukueku, Mrs. Onisuru Tuedor, Mrs. Victoria Obruche, Mrs. Felicia Emisiru-Akusu, and Mrs. Mabel Omohwo.
A Group of London-based Urhobo Women File Up for A dance at the Opening Session
(From right to left): Mrs. Kesiena Akerele, Mrs. Comfort Ukueku, Mrs. Onisuru Tuedor, Mrs. Mabel Omohwo, Ms Majero Uwejeyah, Mrs. M. Awofisan, and Mrs. Victoria Obruche. At the far right is Mr. Wilson Ometan, Secretary, UHS, United Kingdom & Belgium Organizing Committee.
A well-attired group of London-based Urhobo women dance Urhobo traditional steps, to the delight of the audience at the Opening Ceremony.
A joyous participant at the opening ceremony.
Three women savour the Openng Ceremony
A London-based Urhobo woman sings a special song to celebrate the events of the Conference at its Closing Ceremony
Mrs. Patience Pela, an Ishan woman married to Dr. Ona Pela, brought joy and emotions to the women's session by urging that Urhobo culture must be cultivated in our young ones. The picture shows her standing and addressing the early morning session.
The Women's roundtable discussed Urhobo cultural affairs, particularly the need to maintain Urhobo culture among Urhobos in the Diaspora. The session was chaired by Dr. Rose Aziza (centre) of Delta State University, Abraka. To her right are Mrs. L. O. Obiomah, from Warri City, and Mrs. Felicia Mesiri-Akusu, from Belgium. To her left are Dr. Helen Ekeh, from Buffalo, USA, and Alice Ukoko, a civil rights and women's rights advocate, resident in London, United Kingdom.
At the Closing Ceremony
(from left): Mrs. Edith Shittu (nee Agege), Mrs. Comfort Ukueku, and Mrs. Victoria Obruche