It was dancing galore for the Ayakoromas on Saturday, 20th September, 2014, as Solomon Tamaranebi Ayakoroma (a.k.a T-Boy), the son of the Executive Secretary of National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO), Dr. Barclays Foubiri Ayakoroma celebrated his 5th Birthday Anniversary.
The birthday party, which took place at the Executive Secretary’s residence at Efab Estate, Life Camp, Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, was an expression of love and affection from parents, children, friends of the parents, and NICO Staffers to the birthday boy and, most importantly, God’s faithfulness to the family as captured in the opening prayer by Mrs. Ijeoma Omijie.
The climax of the celebration was when the NICO boss was asked by the Master of Ceremony to dramatise where and how he met his wife, Letty; and the gathering was to enjoy a one-scene improvised drama set in a speedboat at Ogbia Waterside in Bayelsa State, a crack-your-ribs (comedy) performance that the audience could not hold their joy and danced with them afterwards.
The best male and female dancers were duly appreciated at the occasion, just as the cutting of the birthday cake by the celebrant to mark the day and group photographs by family, friends, NICO staff who were in attendance.
Solomon Tamaranebi Ayakoroma, the last child of the Dr. & Mrs. Barclays Ayakoroma was born on the 17th of September, 2009, the same year his father (Ayakoroma) was appointed the Executive Secretary of the National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO).
Those who graced the get together from NICO were, the Director, Orientation and Cultural Affairs, Mr. Alex Omijie and family; Assistant Director, Administration and Human Resources, Mrs. Jane Anigala and family; the Chief Security Officer to the ES, Pst Richard Tamaranebi; Head, Final Accounts, Mr. Pius Kemepade; Mrs. Chinasa Ezeh and family; Barr. Preye Ayakoroma of the Legal Unit; Mr. James Gillowei of the Media Unit; and the Personal Assistant to the ES, Mr. Emeka Bokolo and family, among others.
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