Men of God praying for the Esama during his 78th Birthday Celebration


Kenny St. Brown's Birthday Song for the Esama @ 78


Thanksgiving Ceremony of the Esama's 78th Birthday











Esama Donating 10 Churches During His 77th Birthday







1-18 Okada Avenue,
Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria
Tel: (052) 251504/251881



 74, Winnington Road,
Hampstead Garden Suburb
London N2 OTX
Tel: 020 8458 72717

  • Activities Lined-Up


    Friday, 31st August, 2012

    Ringing of the Bell

    Saturday, 1st September, 2012

    Opening Day: Breakfast and Lunch for all well-wishers at Nos 1-13 Okada Avenue, GRA, Benin City

    Sunday, 2nd September, 2012

    Visitation to the Less-privileged

    Monday, 3rd September, 2012

    Hosting of Widows

    Tuesday, 4th September, 2012

    Gift Day- Benin

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  • Special Dinner Party

    In honour of His Excellency Sir Chief Dr. Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion CON, CFR
    Esama of Benin Kingdom



    Venue: Signature: The Great House, No. 2 Konshisha Street, Off Gurara Street, Opposite El-Amin International School, Off IBB Way, Abuja.


    Date: Tuesday, 18th September, 2012


    Time: 7:30pm prompt



  • ITV goes on satellite

  • The Esama of Benin, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion, has launched his satellite television channel, Independent Television (ITV), in Benin, the Edo State capital.

    Igbinedion said the channel can be viewed in 101 countries.

    He said the launch was to beat the 2015 deadline for Tv and radio stations to go digital.

    Igbinedion said he established ITV and radio to advance the cause of his people.

    On his achievements, the businessman, who will turn 78 on September 11, said he has invested in various sectors of the economy.

    Igbinedion said: “I have been the first in many things. I established a plant for the production of soft drinks to create jobs for Edo people. In 1966, the 15 motor companies in Nigeria were owned by expatriates.

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Igbinedion hosts widows, disabled person

The Esama of Benin, Chief Gabriel Igbinedion, yesterday treated widows and disabled persons to a lavish party as part of activities marking his 78th birthday.

Giving out gifts to his guests, Igbinedion regretted that beneficiaries of the N5 million loan he gave out two years ago did not pay back.

He said it was meant to be a revolving loan, so that others could benefit.

Igbinedion pledged to provide more loans for the widows and provide motorised wheel chairs for disabled persons . 

Igbinedion began his birthday celebration on August 31 and the activities will end in London on September 28.