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Obiano, Osinbajo, others mourn with Nneli family



Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osibanjo, in company of the state governor, Chief Willie Obiano recently commiserated with the family of late Madam Florence Agbonma Nneli of Umueri community in Anambra East Council Area, who died at the age of 85.
Late Madam Florence Agbonma Nneli was till her demise, the mother in-law of an Abuja Senior Pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God,  Pastor Joseph Oluseyi Malomo.
Governor Obiano commended the attention the Buhari-led administration is giving to Anambra State in the recent times, assuring him of the state’s continuous prayers and support.
Represented by his deputy, Dr. Nkem Okeke, he expressed hope that the state will benefit more from the administration this second term.
Earlier in a sermon, the Zonal Pastor in charge of Redeemed Christian Church of God, Mount Olive zone, Anambra Province One, Pastor Chinedu Ifediora maintained that death is a call everyone must answer, but not an end of man, as according to him, every mortal will face judgment after death where his place of eternity will be decided based on his deeds while on earth, calling on everyone to repent and receive Jesus Christ to escape damnation and hell on the last day.
Earlier on arrival, the vice president was received at Otuocha International Stadium by Governor Obiano in company of traditional rulers and top security chiefs.
The Special Adviser to the Governor on Chieftaincy and Community Affairs, Lady Vera Queen Okonkwo, in a tribute, described the woman as an activist  who championed the welfare and emancipation of women and prayed God to grant the family fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
In a special tribute, the husband of the deceased, Igwe Nneli prayed for the peaceful repose of her soul.
The royal father thanked Governor Obiano for showing concern over the death of his wife and thanked all the royal fathers who attended the burial such as the traditional ruler of Awka, Obi Gibson Nwosu, Igwe Sunday Okafor of Okpuno, Eze Michael Ngene; Ezeike the fourth of Nibo, Igwe Mbamalu Okeke of Abagana, Igwe Peter Anugwu of Mbaukwu, Igwe Romanus Iloh of Nise; Igwe Peter Uyanwa of Ukwulu, Igwe Timothy Ezenwaka of Ezinato, Igwe Benneth Emeka of Umueri, Igwe Nick Obi of Nnobi, among other royal fathers.



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