Dickson, Others Visit Niki Tobi’s Widow, Say He was Ijaw Ambassador

Emmanuel Addeh in Yenagoa

Bayelsa State Governor, Henry Seriake Dickson, has described the late retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice NikI Tobi, as “an ambassador of the Ijaw nation” who lived a life of selfless devotion, integrity and honour in the service of the nation.

The governor visited in company with the Speaker of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly, FridayKombowei Benson; Chief Judge of Bayelsa State, Justice Kate Abiri; and Leader of the House Peter Akpe.

Also on the governor’s entourage were the Bayelsa state Attorney General,  Kemasuode Wodu; Chief of Staff, Talford Ongolo and other top government functionaries.
Dickson noted that Tobi will be remembered for his role as Chairman of the National Political Debate Conference.

“He stood out as one of the best in the country”, Dickson stated, adding that the late Justice Tobi left worthy and indelible legacies that will make his family and the Ijaw nation  proud.

He stressed that his contributions to the development of the justice system, the judiciary and the legal profession as a whole were deserving of commendation.