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WARRI - With a heavy and painful hearts, we the families of Ebikagboro Mambrah of Lagos Quarters of Ogbein-ama, Bomadi Local Government Area and Nehbraidor of Gbale Quarters of Kiagbodo, Burutu Local Government Area, both of Delta State regret to announce untimely demise of our Son, Husband, Father, Brother, Uncle and Nephew: Mr. Timinepre Ebiakpo Ejiro Ebikagboro Mambrah popularly known as Timi Ebikagboro.

He died on Friday September 29, 2017. He was aged 47 years. His funeral arrangements will be announced shortly. 

The Family is grateful for the prayers, calls and visits to the family. To enable people convey their condolences to the family, an online tribute/condolence forum has been created for this purpose. The link is: https://www.lifeposts.com/milestone/62715/timi-ebikagboro-memorial/overview/. 

We hope that friends, colleagues and associates would take this opportunity to celebrate the life and times of the late Timi Ebikagboro.

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Born on March 12, 1970 Timi Ebikagboro studied Mass Communication at the then Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State where he obtained a Higher National Diploma. Upon graduation, he got employed and worked for the Delta State Broadcasting Service until his untimely death. 

He was the Head of Sports for the Delta State Broadcasting Service as well as the Media Manager for the National Under-23 National Team. His media career saw him covering a number of sporting activities locally and across the world. 

Left behind to mourn him are his aged parents, wife, sons and a host of other family relatives. 




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