NIMASA DDPR Buries Mother In Delta State

Ezinne Dorothy Osamgbi (Nee Eluemunor)

By Sandra Chukwunyere

The remains of Madam Ezinne Dorothy Ndukoso Osamgbi(Nee Eluemunor) mother of the Deputy Director and Head, Corporate Communications, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Mr Isichei Osamgbi will be lowered to Mother- Earth on October,26 2018 in Asaba,Delta State.

In a press statement signed by families of Ogbueshi Alexander Chukwuma Osamgbi of Umuaji Quarters, Asaba and Eluemunor of Abuedo Quarters, Ubulu-Uku,Delta State, there will be a vigil mass in her honour at the Catholic of Assumption, Zappa,Asaba,Delta State,at about 5pm on Thursday, 25th October, 2018 while her funeral mass holds at about I0am on Friday,26 October, at the same Church.
Reception follows immediately after interment, at St. Brigid’s Girls Grammar school Umuaji Quarters, Asaba.

Traditional rites begin at Asaba, in her family compound at Nnikwu, Umuaji Quarters and later at Abuedo Quarters Ubulu-Uku on Saturday 27 October, 2018.
A thanksgiving Mass holds on Sunday, 28 October, also at the Catholic Church of Assumption, Zappa, Asaba.

Mama is survived by her husband, Ogbueshi Alex Chukwuma Osamgbi, her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and relatives.

She was 85years before her glorious exit. Until her passing, she was a well respected hard working woman,a woman leader, community leader and a bridge builder, Who lived her life for the good of others. She was fondly called “THE PEOPLE’S MOTHER”
because of her connect with people.

She was a devout Christian of the Roman Catholic Church, a believer in education as the greatest gift to a child, lover of children, a disciplinarian, a believer in family values and used every opportunity. she had to mentor and help anyone she could support beyond her immediate family, and above all, the fear of God.

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