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Finima Traditional Music

Finima Traditional Music

Free Medical by Nigeria LNG

Beneficiaries of the this Free Medical Service have to pay the sum of NGN10,000 or so registration fee to enjoy it. It is still at the early stage of development.

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Finima Relocation Committee

Finima Relocation Committee

Otobo Masquerade

The Otobo Masquerade

The Otobo (Hipopotamus) Masquerade (Owuogbo)

HOUSES (WARI) AND THEIR CODE NAMES (SIGNALLED WITH DRUMBEATS)

The various houses under the paramountcy of Buoye Omuso Brown House have means of identification via drum beat with meanings. See the attached document for a summary.

HOUSES (WARI) AND THEIR CODE NAMES (SIGNALLED WITH DRUMBEATS)

HOUSES (WARI) AND THEIR CODE NAMES (SIGNALLED WITH DRUMBEATS)

Minapu ani ibibem wa pi wamina wari ere nimi akwabu tego, ama miemie nye gosi

S/NoHOUSEDRUMBEAT MEANING
1Buoye Omuso Major House (Duawari)Sugbe’ sonoma sonoma Owu mangia iri pa, furotuwo Fina dighe bu finagh
2Dopuyo WariOgbogoroma fubara ibiere buru akpa kpa
3Cross WariKalikulu kalika pulo ofori tere’ igoni ko’
4Goro WariAmabara boro’ iri nkana, erebara boro’ iri nkana, iri nkana iri nkana juwo owu
5Tamunobere Wari (Adum)Apilamani taribo taribo, Okiobulo taribo taribo
6Papanye WariApilamani Fifi bere’, fiagh fiagh bere’
7Owari WariNamagha kiri buo buo
8Akpa WariOpu okirika omongiasi, Opu ogoloma omongiasi..Fubara ibiere gboro gboro bo
9Goni WariAkie Wari Amabo, nama karagh
10Attoni WariOdokara, Odokara , Opu igikila toru koro okuma, Tamuno ebiribo kilebo, kilebo
11Hart WariOyami Odekara, Iru fegh bapa fi, Opuigikila toru koro okuma, igwengi bipisu
12Owupele Wari EreOgboloma fubara ibiere fawari taria
13Omoni-ye Sughu WariOgboloma fubara ibiere buru Akpakpa
14Konibo-ye Awanta (Tobin Minor House)Amabara boroh perebo tuwo, Ere bara boroh perebo tuwo; Perebo tuwo bubo bipi ekwekwe
S/NOHOUSEDRUMBEAT MEANING

THE BONNY MASTER PLAN

Bonny Kingdom is home to Africa’s largest liquefied natural gas plant (NLNG) , one of Africa’s largest export terminals (SPDC Bonny Oil Terminal), and Exxon Mobil’s Natural Gas Liquids Project / Fractionation Plant. This unique positioning has not only increased the community’s strategic importance, but has also spurred economic and infrastructural development in the area.

Bonny Kingdom has gone quite some distance in its evolution to a modernized society. However, this growth has neither been broad based nor inclusive as socioeconomic indicators (especially employment, health, & education) have remained low. It has become imperative to embark on a very coordinated effort to identify gaps to holistic growth, address the challenges and harness opportunities accordingly – the Bonny Kingdom Master Plan.

In 2001, a Master Plan was developed for Bonny Kingdom  to help achieve sustainable and orderly development. Despite this efforts, Bonny Island continued to grapple with various socio-economic challenges. Twelve years later (2013), a Pan-Bonny Sustainable Development Conference was held to chart a new direction for Bonny’s socio-economic growth. One of the resolutions at the conference was to update the existing Master Plan to address the developmental aspirations and current realities of Bonny Kingdom

The updated Bonny Kingdom Master Plan is an exciting articulation of a future state for the entire community. It has a planning horizon of 26 years (2014 – 2040) and is designed to spur incremental and sustainable development across the Kingdom.

The Future of Bonny Kingdom: community-developed envisioning statements:

  • The presence of high quality, easily accessible and affordable social amenities across Bonny Kingdom (Educational system; healthcare; infrastructure – access to stable power and potable water, efficient transportation network, etc.)
  • A strong employment base creating jobs for the teeming population (particularly the Bonny Kingdom youths) through the development of a highly diversified and vibrant economy primarily driven by the non-oil sector
  • An investment friendly community (with favorable incentives and a conducive environment for businesses to thrive) primarily geared towards the creation of an industrialized community
  • A well developed aquaculture industry with large-scale capital investments in the production and processing of sea foods ensuring Bonny Kingdom attains self-sufficiency as well as become a net exporter to markets within Nigeria and beyond
  • A major premier tourist destination in the Niger Delta region attracting visitors from across various parts of the country and beyond leveraging its huge cultural heritage; expansive shorelines and bio-diversity
  • A thriving maritime industry with a recognized sea port equipped with state-of-the art facilities capable of generating significant revenue and business opportunities for Bonny Kingdom
  • An environmentally sustainable community capable of effectively balancing ecological and economics priorities to drive development in Bonny Kingdom – to create a community with minimal adverse effects to the environment

Ibani resuscitation foundation

Ibani resuscitation foundation
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