fulfilling a legacy in honour of a beloved son, Oradilim Orakwusi(Orao), a passionate young leader who loved arts in its various forms.
Oradilim , who played the saxophone, wrote poems and earned the place of a brilliant story-teller, was son of Barrister Margaret Onyema-Orakwusi, Chairperson of the Shipowners Forum in Nigeria’s maritime industry.
|L-R: Mrs Margaret Onyema -Orakwusi, Prof. Wole Soyinka, Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, and Mrs Cecilia Ibru at the Federal Palace Hotel venue of the event establishing the Orao Foundation in memory of Oradilim Orakwusi
under 20 years old.
|Some works of arts on display in honour of Orao
on Dec. 29, 2017 at the age of 24..
or his children.”
President, Mrs. Mary Hamman.