It was pomp and ceremony of sorts when the Class 88′ Old Boys of Okotie-Eboh Grammar School Sapele, Delta State, gathered together in honour of one of their own, Mr. Oke Odjegba after thirty five years of leaving school.

The venue of the gathering was at the instance of United States of America (USA) based Mr. Oke Odjegba who came for the burial of his in-law, Mr. Lucky Edogun at the weekend in Sapele.

The Class 88 of Okotie-Eboh Grammar School exchanged pleasantries, ate and drank, making merry at the Okotie-Eboh Grammar School field.

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In his brief remarks, Oke Odjegba expressed appreciation for the reception which was graced by two prominent Chiefs, Chief (Engr.) Greg Glory Ighere of Oghara Kingdom and High Chief Festus Anyisia, a High Chief from Anambra State who were his classmates in school.

The class “88 old boys later inspected the school compound.