Members of Abia Unity Forum led by their Chairman and Deputy Transition Committee Chairman of Isiala Ngwa South LGA Barr. Prince Enyioma Okpanku has commiserate with the member representing Ohafia Federal Constituency at the National Assembly on the demise of his father, Late Chief Emmanuel Nkole Ndukwe who died at the age of 79 after a brief illness. Earlier in his condolence message yesterday at the Umuahia residence of the Assembly member, Barr. Okpanku urged the entire Nkole dynasty to uphold the sterling legacies their late father left behind and prayed God to console them. He equally lauded the law maker for his quality representation.
Also speaking a Stakeholder of the Abia Unity Forum and former Commissioner for Boundary Matters, Chief Imo Mascot Obike described late Emmanuel Nkole as an astute banker, financial expert , community leader and a fine gentleman who diligently served the Nation and meritoriously retired as a Senior Management Staff of the Central Bank of Nigeria and prayed for the peaceful repose of the soul of the departed in the bosom of the Lord and the fortitude for the family to bear the irreparable loss.
Responding, Chief Uko Nkole expressed gratitude for the love shown to me for coming to condole with me at this grief period despite their tight schedules. I prayed to God to grant them journey mercies as they return to their respective abodes.
Highlights of the condolence visit which featured prayers for the Nkole’s family also attracted the presence of the Ohafia LGA PDP Chairman, Chief John Okocha, Barr. Mark Okorie, former TC Chairman, Isuikwuato LGA, Chairman, Forum of Abia State Elected Councillors Forum, Hon. Prince Kalu Eke, Abia North Elected Councillors Forum Chairman, Hon. Chiagozie Egbu, former Leaders of Isuikwuato Legislative Council, Hon. Ngozi Enwerem, Hon. Engr. Chinyere Cletus Ejike and other PDP party faithful.
Credit (Donstalon Muna)