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Athan Achonu, Jonas Okeke Storm Onicha Uboma Morrow For Osueke’s Burial

One of the chieftains of the All Progressives Congress in Imo, sen. Athan Achonu,   and former Deputy Speaker Imo State House of Assembly, Jonas Okeke would be storming Onicha Uboma tomorrow for the burial of late Mrs. Osueke.

This is even as they have earlier sent their individual condolences to the bereaved family.

Sen. Athan Achonu has condoled with the family of Hon Chimezie Osueke, on the death of their mother, grandmother, late Mrs. Eunice Nsonma Osueke who recently joined her creator.

In a condolence message signed by Achonu himself and made available to Lead, Achonu while describing the deceased as a virtuous woman who cherished peace and love for one another while alive prayed to God to grant her soul eternal rest.

While encouraging the Osueke and the entire people of Umuokpara Village to bear the irreparable loss with fortitude,  the senator enjoined them to sustain and keep the legacies of the deceased which include love, worship of God, respect for humanity amongst other virtues.

In the same vein, the former Deputy Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly, Hon Jonas Okeke has also commiserated with Osueke Family over the death of their mother. In a condolence message signed by the former Speaker’s media team and made available to Lead Newspapers, Okeke enjoined the deceased family not to cry like those without faith, pointing out it was God that brought their mother on earth and same God according to him has taken her. He further charged them to keep and sustain the virtues of their late mother. In a press release signed by the elder son of the deceased, Hon Chimezie Osueke, and made available to Lead, the deceased would be committed to mother earth on Thursday, July 30th, 2020 at Osueke’s compound in Umuopara Village, Onicha Uboma. while the funeral service would be conducted by Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Onicha Uboma

In the same release, the outing church service would take place on Sunday second August 2020.

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