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Ma Agupugo’s funeral holds in Agulu

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THE funeral rites of the late  Mrs Veronica Uchenna Agupugo  has been held in her husband’s house, Okpu village, Agulu, Anaocha Local Government Area.

 The ceremony, which attracted families and friends from far and near, including the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Anambra Newspaper and  Printing Corporation (ANPC), Sir Chuka  Nnabuife, who led the management and staff of the corporation to commiserate with the family.

  Sir Chuka, while commiserating with the family urged the family not to weep like people who don’t have hope as it is the will of God to keep hopes alive both in good and sad moments.

“We came to condole with our colleague, Chuka Lawrence Agupugo and his entire family. When our member grieves, we are involved. That is why we are here today to sympathise with you.”

Responding, the parish priest of Holy Anglican Parish,  Amaduke, Rev. Chedrack Obidajua on behalf of the family, thanked all the management and staff of ANPC for finding their son worthy to be honoured.

Obidajua said, “the testimony of today shows that our brother is hardworking. We would have not find you in our midst If he is not doing well. We appreciate you all and God will continue to bless you. After your tenure as the managing director of this organisation, people will testify about your legacy. God will keep your family and grant you journey mercy back home.”

The first son of the deceased, who is also a staff of ANPC, Chuka Lawrence Agupugo, described his mother as the best mother ever, loving, kind and God fearing. “That is why I make sure I give her a befitting burial in the little way I can. I pray her soul rests in the bosom of the lord.

The Head Of Graphics Department,  Mrs Chidiebere Joe-Angi ,said ” I miss my aunt so much.  She is a good aunt, easy-going but disciplined. I pray that her soul rests in peace”.

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