Adokiye Tombomieye promotion attracts harvest of music and community thanksgiving
The Bille Musical Association Rivers State is a musical organisation with large membership, domiciled in the locality of its origin. Her long- term operation is over a silver jubilee, yet it is still counting in giving musical service and provision of both therapeutic worth and socio-economic value.
Engineer Adokiye Tombomieye is a high profile lover of music, revered friend and Patron designate to the association, whose love for music is outstanding in areas of moral advice, spiritual guidance, financial assistance and above all, diverse genre of music and its performance for meta-physical consciousness amongst the populace for satisfactory service to the larger community. In their joint statement, the President of the Association, Engr. Itelema Sydney Kari, the Thanksgiving planning committee, chairman, Chief Ibitamino Dennis Minapakama, Ph.D, and the Archdeacon of the Bille Missionary Archdeaconry, Venerable Ataise Julius Oyet (of the Niger Delta Diocese, Anglican Communion, Church of Nigeria) informed that the Bille Kingdom will today hold a thanksgiving service in honour of their illustrious son, Engr. Adokiye Tombomieye on his recent elevation and promotion to the position of Chief Operation Officer (COO) Upstream, in the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC).
Venue of the service is St. Jude’s Anglican Church, Bille, the headquarters of the Bille Missionary Archdeaconry. Organised and powered by the Bille Kingdom Chiefs Council, it will be a festival/harvest of songs to his honour, for what he enjoys and supports better to arouse and enhance the spiritual consciousness of humanity. When contacted, the chairman of the Music Performance and Capacity Development Committee, who also doubles as the Association’s Public Relations Officer, Complete Gentleman, Alfred Gelles Albert-Frimenjibo, Ph.D, elucidated the magnitude and elaborate manner at which music is expected to be littered in and around the environs of the Kingdom. He further described the service to be highly musically contagious, a burmaron, bombardment and a harvest of musical performances in all known forms and genre of music practicing styles as what best fits, deserving and rewarding to such an August programme, coincidentally happening in the month of August. Going further, he referred to the Bible quotes and as paraphrased in Colossians 3:16b and Psalm 150 “In hymns and psalms and spiritual songs singing with grace in your heart to the Lord” and “Let every creature praise the Lord.” We will engage ourselves to the brim and fullest of our capacity divulging our voices and all available and known instruments for worship and performance, making sure that all domains of learning cognitive, psychomotor and affective are effectively maximised to its peak and pinnacle. We want both man and God to record today as very symbolic in the annals of history for posterity, as we will use this as a premier to encourage and motivate youths that it pays to bring honour to your fatherland, noting that this form of honour and recognition awaits you. Gone are the days when men were honoured post-humorously. Rather, their good deeds are honoured and recognised during and after their lifetime, he noted. We want to use this service to conduct a music therapy clinical experiment on our patron designate, Engr. Adokiye Tombomieye, his friends, well-wishers and all attendees to that service to cause at least a one-day session of melody and therapy on them.
Additionally, while we congratulate him on his well-deserved appointment, we wish him well in his future engagements, elevations and promotions, praying that you reach the ivory tower of both your career and profession before your official disengagement of meritorious service to your nation, humanity and God. Complete!!!!!! Gentlemen.
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