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Category: GeneralN/A: International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

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Category: General10:00 am: FNAS 2nd Biannual Faculty Seminar

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Personal Life

Olorogun Michael Ibru, was described by his children and grandchildren as a pillar of strength, a visionary guiding hand, a moulder of character, an educator, a lover of children, a humanitarian, a philanthropist without recompense, a grassroots organiser, a community leader and a true patriot without equal.He was also described by a poet-musician in Urhobo clan, as the mungo park who opened channels of riches and investment for Africans.

Michael Ibru, who many  believe was born great, truly began to exhibit signs of greatness from his childhood days. According to his younger brother Senator Felix Ibru, the first Civilian Governor of Delta State, also one time Senator representing Delta central senatorial district in the National Assembly.

Olorogun Michael Ibru was destined for greatness, given his tendencies of being inquisitive. Late Senator Ibru recalled with amusement, a peculiar childhood encounter  he had with Olorogun Michael Ibru and their mother, when a wealthy maternal uncle, Ovedje Osadjere, asked his young nephews what they would want him to do for them. Michael,Felix disclosed, rushed forward, rather than ask for material gifts that would be of immediate help to the struggling family then, he simply took permission from his uncle to pluck cocoa pods from his farm. The purpose for this t was for Michael Ibru to carry out an experiment with the liquid, from the pods to see if he could brew some drink from them. His Uncle was stunned by the request and granted his nephew’s request,  Michael’s mother who stood transfixed was not amused at all by her first child’s request. Such curiosity pushed michael ibru to uncommon heights.

Education and Work

Michael Ibru attended the famous Igbobi College,Lagos State from 1948 to 1951. During this time, he not only distinguished himself in academics, he excelled in extracurricular activities, such that in his last year of  school, he was appointed the Senior Prefect, a position usually reserved for the best students with leadership traits. The ingenuity of Olorogun Michael Ibru was revealed for the first time at Igbobi College in 1948, when he moved up meteorically to Junior Secondary Class II straight from elementary school without the usual preamble. In 1951, his fourth year, he passed the Cambridge School Certificate Examination with resounding distinction in division one.

Following the same rare path that is meant only for exceptional people, Michael Ibru, directly straight after leaving Igbobi College, secured a job in the United African Company (now UACN, as a manager- in training. There again, Michael Ibru, set another pace for his peers, for he was one of the few fresh school leavers to be so given  responsibility by the UACN. From 1951 to 1956 when he worked with the United Africa Company, a trading group with the name Royal Niger Company, Michael Ibru had an inspiring internship that effectively prepared him for the bigger world of entrepreneurship.

Philanthropic deeds and educational support

Due  to his love for knowledge, Olorogun Michael Ibru donated the Abraham college, which was later renamed Ibru College, to his people.  Olorogun Michael Ibru, also donated classroom blocks, vehicles and money to various educational institutions and charity organisations, awarded several scholarships to deserving Nigerian Students in Secondary Schools and Institutions of Higher Learning both in Nigeria and abroad. He sponsored various sporting activities in order to ensure an even development of the mind, soul and body. Besides education, Olorogun Michael Ibru is touted among his people to be a major pillar in the economic empowerment of the Urhobo nation.  A familiar source who wants to be anonymous described Michael Ibru contribution as one which the “Urhobo men and women” have profited at many levels since the rise of the Ibru brand in the second half of the 1950s. Also the Urhobo market women were among the first people in Nigeria to embrace the “Ibru Frozen Fish”, many of whom rose from relative poverty to higher economic brackets because, they participated in the new Ibru ventures.

Among the educated, he mentored Professionals who  rose to become financially independent in their chosen fields of endeavour. Furthermore , most of these urhobo indigenes at one time or the other worked within the vast conglomerate of the Olorogun Michael Ibru, Many Urhobo Professionals who joined the Ibru Organization left to pursue their independent dreams which was  constructed with the aid of ambitions conceived in the Ibru Organization

MICHAEL AND CECILIA IBRU UNIVERSITY

Ibru Village
Agbarha – Otor
Ughelli North
Delta State
Nigeria

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