EXCLUSIVE: NKE NKE ENYI IZUOGU ANNOUNCES MOTHER’S BURIAL

BURIAL OF NKE NKE ENYI IZUOGU’S MOTHER HOLD ON FRIDAY DECEMBER 29TH 2023.

The President and Founder of Nke Nke Enyi izuogu foundation for the Needy and the Aged High Chief Dr Sir Ikenna Chiedozie Aniche has officially announced final burial programme for his late beautiful mother Dame Ezinne Nneoma Catherine Chinyere Aniche who passed on recently and will be interred on Friday the 29th of December 2023.

Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu Gburu Gburu 1 – 12 disclosed this in a statement he personally authored and signed, said that the burial of his late mother has since commenced with a service of songs which took place at RCCG – New creation assembly of all nations South Norwood in the United Kingdom on the 11th of November 2023 and another which took place at the mother’s Federal Housing Estate Owerri residence on the 15th of November 2023.

According to the statement, her body will leave Aladimma Hospital Mortuary owerri with a brief stop at her Federal Housing Estate owerri residence at 6.30am on Friday 29th of December 2023 from where the motorcade will depart for her husband country home, Chinyere Lodge, Ndiekwuru Imenze Arondizuogu Amuro Okigwe Imo State for lying in state. The burial service will be officiated at St Barnabas Anglican Pro- Cathedral church Okigwe by his Lordship Rt Rev E C D Osuegbu – (Ambassador of Goodwill to the state of Isreal) Anglican Bishop of Okigwe Anglican Communion and numerous priests and religious. Interment follows immediately after the burial service at her final resting home inside the family compound and reception and traditional funeral rites follows immediately at Aniche Ancient Kingdom Okoro Orji na Ohia kindred Ndiekwuru Imenze Arondizuogu Amuro Okigwe.

Chief Dr Sir Ikenna Aniche said ” on behalf of my siblings and entire Aniche Ancient Dynasty. I wish to whole heartedly express our immense and profound gratitude to all who have reached out to us through prayers, Condolence visits, support and messages since the peaceful transition of our incomparable and unmatchable mother. Your deep empathy and display of undiluted love is greatly appreciated and we can’t thank you enough. Your love and kindness are indeed, potent enhancers for us to really deepen our abiding faith in God and service to humanity. He stated that ” while we mourn this painful loss , we are consoled by the life she lived and thank the almighty God for her enduring legacies and the blessings of a place in his bosom”.

Late Mrs Chinyere Catherine Aniche Nee Okpara aged 82 during her lifetime was a great teacher and has served the church in many capacities until she took ill. Our mother is survived by 8 children (4 boys and Girls), nieces, nephews, cousins, a brother, Mr Izundu Godwin Okpara and over 30 grandchildren.

I personally appreciate the love and deepest empathy of esteemed stakeholders and leaders, captains of industry, Royal fathers, Religious and community leaders, heads of security agencies, organised Labour, unionists, civil servants, public officials, clubs and societies, student leaders and more especially all the beneficiaries of Nke Nke Enyi izuogu foundation for the needy and the aged. We will like to request friends, associates, and well wishers to join in giving our late Matriarch a glorious funeral for a glorious Exit. We covet your prayers and support as we prepare to send forth and celebrate the life of my dearest mother Mrs Catherine Chinyere Aniche.

The Group managing Director of Nke Nke Enyi Izuogu Group described his late mother Catherine Aniche as a humble Christian, a religious and outstanding community leader whose conduct and character in her 82 years sojourn on earth have been to the service of God and humanity . He said ” My mother’s death has created a big vacuum difficult to be filled considering her unflinching and outstanding contributions to peace, stability and progress in her domain, her local,state Government and the country.”

He prayed to God to grant her soul eternal bliss and called on the people of Arondizuogu and Okigwe Zone to bear the loss with the spirit of acquiescence to God’s will.

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