The President of, the Umuaba Connect Association, Dr. Chima Desmond Anyaso has commiserated with Mr. Uchenna Wachuku, a.k.a CITYMOJO, a member of Umuaba Connect Association over the demise of his mother, Mrs. Sylvia Ada Wachuku who died at the age of 74 years.
Condoling with Mr. Uchenna Wachuku and the family at Madu Wachuku’s compound, Umunkpei Nbawsi in Isialangwa North LGA during the burial of the deceased conducted by Saint George’s Cathedral Church, Umuomainta, Nbawsi, Dr. Chima Anyaso described the death of one’s mother as a painful experience.
According to him, death is inevitable and no one has the power to question God, hence the need for the bereaved family to endure the death with fortitude.
He urged Mr. Uchenna Wachuku and the entire Madu Wachuku family to take solace in the fact that their mother lived a life worthy of emulation. While enjoining them to follow the legacies of their late mother as that is the only way to ensure she lives in their hearts, he prayed God to grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
Apart from Dr. Chima Anyaso, the President of the Association (Umuaba Connect), other distinguished members of the group were present at the burial ceremony. They include the Executive Chairman, Obingwa Local Government Area, Chief Michael Ibe Nwoke,
Chief Jaja Ihesiaba (Chairman SANTA CRUZ BEACH LAGOS),
Darlington Nwoke (Chairman Goldcraft Furnitures), Chief Moses Alozie (Eze Ndi Igbo na Australia), Ugochukwu Okpara CEO – Godera Homes, Ossy Frank Ogoh (Ossystems), Sir Ugochukwu Igbokwe CEO Make Me Saloon Lagos.