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LATE Chief Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Chiaghanam, popularly called Afulukwe, was recently laid to rest at his home town, Akamanator Village, Nawgu, Dunukofia Local Government Area, Anambra State.

  The Late Chiaghanam, who died at the age of 80 years, was described as an exceptional icon, good promoter of the common good for all, kind, loving and brave man by family and friends, he is also the father to one of the staff of Anambra Newspapers and Printing Corporation, (ANPC) Publisher of National Light, Ka O Di Taa and SportslightXTRA newspapers, Emeka Chiaghanam.

 Speaking during the condolence visit, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ANPC, Chuka Nnabuife, expressed gratitude to God for the gift of life, and urged the family to cry like people who have faith in God because “the Lord Almighty is the giver of life”, he consoled the family and prayed for peaceful rest for the late Chiaghanam.

  The former President General, Oraifite union, Sir Ralph Nweke, who spoke on behalf of the association of past president-generals of Anambra State, described the deceased as an achiever, a goal getter and peaceful man.

  The late Chiaghanam was the former President-General of Nawgu in 1993-1997. He guided the affairs of Akamanator Village as its chairman from 1972 to 1997.

  In his capacity as President-General, Chief Chiaghanam was elected Councillor of Nawgu Ward. As an elected councillor, he was made the Supervisory Councillor for Works and Housing, Lands, and Surveying in the old Njikoka Local Government Area in 1996.

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  In 1997, under the National Consensus Party (NCP), he was elected the First Executive Vice Chairman of Dunukofia Local Government Area. He was in that capacity until 1998 when that political process was truncated.

  In an emotion laden voice, his wife, Mrs Nmaegbunam Chiaghanam, said the late Afulukwe came, saw and lived victoriously, ‘The measure of a man is not in the duration but in its donation. Afulukwe lived reasonably long and his good deeds speak volumes. I can’t deny the fact that his large heart brought discomfort to the family sometimes; this was in his characteristics and incurable nature to better the lives of others. He was God fearing and such a wonderful person. I will miss him,’ she said.

 In a tribute, the first son, Emeka Chiaghanam, said “daddy, your life was memorable, in the little span that you walked the sands of time, you made a difference in people’s lives.  Whatever you cannot do for others remained out of your reach. Afulukwe as you were fondly called, many can attest to your generous and compassionate life.”

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