Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Ogbueshi Nash Okonkwo demise a huge loss to OSLGA.....Hon Sunny Obi Nwose

Okonta Emeka Okelum, Asaba

To many families, the demise of the patriarch is often a difficult experience, same was the case for the family members of late Ogbueshi Nash izediuno Okonkwo of Asaba.

Yesteday, Tuesday, the executive chairman and his vice chairman of Oshimili South LGA, Hon Comrade Uche Osadebe and Hon Sunny Obi Nwose paid a condolence visit to the family of late Ogbueshi Nash Izediuno Okonkwo.

Hon Nweike Okpunor, a friend of the bereaved family led the council boss's delegation to the Okonkwo's family.

Upon arrival at the grieving family's compound, the council boss and his vice chairman signed the condolence register.

Speaking at the condolence visit, Hon Sunny Obi Nwose, the executive vice chairman, shared some insights about the departed late Ogbueshi Nash Izediuno Okonkwo.

Our late brother is a perfect gentleman in all sense of the word.

He is not a man of too many words, he is easy to be entreated, Hon Sunny Obi Nwose pointed out.

The testimonials of man while he is alife is not always the best, what is said of a man when he is dead makes a lot of sense.

Same we can make of about the life our brother lived.

Late Nash Izediuno Okonkwo, served the Oshimili South council very well and meritoriously too.

He stood for the truth and good governance, Hon Nwose said.

Oshimili South LGA found it worthwhile to identify with your family, hence, we have come to console with your family over this irreplaceable loss, Hon Nwose said.

Hon Nwose while saying the benediction for the family, prayed the Lord to give the grieving family the needed fortitude to endure the loss.

And sought of the family to always keep the council posted

Hon Nwike okpunor thanked the visiting delegation.

Late Nash Okonkwo's first son, Dumebi izediuno Okonkwo    also appreciated the council leadership over their visit and concern towards their family.


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