It is not yet Uhuru until the last is heard from ‘Mama of Boys; Miss Bukie Okangbe. As her name is mentioned, the rocks are pierced by the echo emanating from her impactful and triumphant living.
Miss. Okangbe, a proud daughter of Boki origin is an achiever and trail blazer per excellent. Her manifold contributions in the sand of entrepreneurship endeared her to the masses who sees her as weapon of poverty destruction.
Miss. Okangbe, a trained media personality has served in many capacities with evergreen legacies to her credit. During her days as Chief Press secretary, Boki local government area council, she polished the press unit of the council with numerous giant strides in terms of publications and media coverage.
As a result of her hard work and tenacity as first female council press Officer, she sky-rocketed into the feat of media aide to Sen. Owan Enoh, a position she discharged with pomp and style.
Meanwhile, like light that cannot be hidden, her prowess and creativity found expression in high flier’s supermarkets within Abuja, the nation’s capital with her brand of original palm oil currently competing favorably in the international market. To this end, she crept into the world map as most celebrated and innovative entrepreneur of the century.
Mama of Africa as Miss Okangbe is fondly called by her teeming admirers across Western and Eastern Boki, proved her mettle through the help of Sen. Owan Enoh in brokering peace in Oku Borum, Boki local government area ones described as theatre of war.
Her love for education knew no bounds as at the young age 23, miss Okangbe in 2004 facilitated the distribution of school desks to St. John primary school, Borum. Again, in 2013, she coordinated the first peace rally between Boje and Nsadop communities with a view to ending the aged long dispute.
While flags are in full glare, humanity pause awhile to celebrate a rare gem with a golden heart. As the Angels adorn on you a worthy crown as mother Theresa of our time, remain ever blessed until a day after forever, Miss. Bukie Okangbe.