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ANAMBRA State Assembly member, representing Idemili South Constituency, Chuka Ezenwunne, Thursday, buried his mother, the late Mrs. Theresa Ezenwunne at their country home, Nnobi, amidst tributes.

  The funeral ceremony which attracted the creme de  la crème of the society saw mourners and sympathizers describing the deceased as an epitome of peace, love and one who feared God.

  The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chrtis Ngige said that he endeavored to come and say sorry to the bereaved, his maternal home, as a well deserved last respect to Mama Ezenwunne.

  “Ndi Nnobi Nnamochie, I came to say sorry because if I don’t say sorry, it will not augur well. God will forgive her soul and may her gentle soul rest in perfect peace”, said Ngige.

  Accoding to Okechukwu Okoye, Member, representing Aguata II Constituency, “ Mama Ezenwunne was an epitome of peace, loving and very caring. I know she is resting in God’s bosom”.

  Okoye, who is the House Committee Chairman on Information encouraged Ezenwunne and his siblings to ensure they continue in the legacy of peace laid down by their mother.

  Former Member, representing Idemili North Constituency,  Nkoli Mmegbuanaeze, described the deceased as a humble and God fearing person who was able to build her home with utmost discipline.

  Igwe Nich Obi of Nnobi said that death was a necessary destination all mortals must travel, saying that what matters is leaving a good legacy behind as the deceased did.

  The Regent of Oba, in Idemili South LGA,, Prince Noel Ezenwa prayed that God would give the deceased family the fortitude to bear the loss of the vacuum created by their mother.

  Moreover, the deceased last son, Mr. Ebere Ezenwunne, said that he would miss the pieces of advice the mum used to give, extolling his late mother’s virtues of meekness, fairness and love

  However, the chief mourner,  Chuka Ezenwunne and his wife, Uju, described their mother as a devout Christian and a prayer warrior who stood with her children through thick and thin

  “There was no mother like my mum. She was everything good in a woman. She was very accommodating and peace loving.

  “During my campaign days, mama was praying her rosary for me and was awake to open the gate for me as late as 3 am in the midnigh”, said Ezenwunne.

  “Mama was my friend as the first daughter in-law, she feared God. She never missed her prayer times even the day before she died, she had her 3 o’clock prayers”, said Uju.

  Other dignitaries in attendance include Senator Victor Umeh, Anambra State Chief Judge, Justice Onochie Anyachebelu .

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