Chris Igwe Buries Mother in-law in grand style |SEE PHOTOS
Dr. Sir Chris O. Igwe, CEO, Mainland Oil & Gas Ltd, a subsidiary of Chrisnak Group of Companies buries Mother in-law, Late Snr Mother Grace Eziamaka Emelumgini at Eziowelle, Idemili North LGA, Anambra State.
The body of Late Snr Mother Grace E Emelumgini was laid to rest in her husband home Late Snr Elder Walter Obisili Emelumgini on 6th January 2021.
The funeral service was conducted by the Abiding Faith, officiated by Rev Dr John Ekunke and other anointed men of God.
His homily, Rev Dr John described Snr Mother Grace as a virtuous woman who served God both in her youthful and old age. He urged the people present to emulate the worthy life well spent by mama.
The burial service brought together who is who in oil and gas, friends, family and well wishers of Emelumgini and Igwes.
Some of the dignitaries that attended the event are:
Governor of Abia State, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, represented by his Deputy, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu, Former Governor of Anambra State and 2019 PDP vice president flag bearer, Mr Peter Obi, Deputy Governor of Anambra State, Chief Nkem Okereke, Dr Sampson Uche Ogah Minister of Mines and Steel, represented by his wife, Chief Daniel Chukwudozie, CEO, Dozzy Oil & Gas Ltd & his wife, Chief Gabriel Ogbechie, CEO, Rainoil & Gas Ltd & his wife, Chief Raymond Aliga, CEO, Good Seed Ltd & wife, Chief Ifeanyi Okechukwu (BOK) & his wife, Dr chike Muodebelu Aiken energy Ltd , chief and mrs chinedu Peters. Chipet oil, prince ifeanyi obiegbuna. Dwell oil and gas Ltd Hon. Barr. Okey Igwe, member representing Umunneochi State Constituency at Abia House of Assembly.
Rt. Hon. Dr. Cosmos Ndukwe, Commissioner for Trade & Investment, Abia State and his dear Wife, Lady Ndidi Ndukwe, Chief Moritz Abazie (Onwa Isingwu), Hon. Ifeanyi Madu, Executive Chairman, Umunneochi LGA of Abia State, Chief Fabian Nwankwo, Barr. Eze Chikamnayo, Chief Eric Opia, Chief Ifeanyi Isikagu, Dr. Ken Madubuike, Chief Mathais Ukaigwe, CEO, Blessed Omenma Oil & Gas, and others.
Traditional rulers and other communities leaders were not left out.