The 1993 Class of Holy Ghost College Owerri HOGOSCO is not left out as the people of Ihiagwa Community, Owerri West, Imo State continues to mourn Mr. Kelechi Opara’s demise.
The President of the 1993 Class, Chief Dr. Collins Osuagwu Ph.D. has sent a message of condolence to the family of the renowned Financial Secretary, of the association, Mr. Kelechi Opara, who passed away recently.
The youthful erudite scholar urged the entire Oparah’s family to find solace in the good deeds and the good life lived by the departed soul.
Dr. Osuagwu also sympathized with friends and associates of the association Financial Secretary, whose outstanding contributions will be sorely missed.
He acknowledged the prominent role he played in his alma mater, serving as Financial Secretary of the Old Boys Association for many years, appealed to all members of the Old boys to be punctual as absenteeism would attract a huge fine.
In a statement sign by the following executives, Vice President:- Ichie NNAEMEKA ODOM, Secretary:- Comrade Victor Ofoegbu (Ofosa) Asst. Secretary:- MR TONY AFOAKU, Asst. Financial: Mr Gospower Inyama, Treasurer: Primate UGOCHUKWU OSUAGWU, Welfare officer 1: Chief GREG OKORO, Welfare officer 11: MR UGOCHUKWU ETOZIE, PRO1: Chief EMEKA PETERS, PRO 11: Christian, Anyalekeya Provost, Engr Kelechi Nwogu, Legal Adviser: Barr Obumneme Okonkwo, Chief Medical Adviser/Consultant: Dr. Ikenna Collins Obi, they described Opara’s demise as a disturbing news considering his age.
“We feel sorry for his family and we hope that the good Lord grants him eternal rest,” they said.
They described Opara as a focused and efficiently committed young man, who believed in total service to humanity.
However, they were unsure of what plans the school has to honor their illustrious former student.
“Nothing concrete for now, but I’m sure in a matter of days, we would meet with the Old Boys’ Association and we will see how best we can keep his memory alive.”