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Nkanu Youth Council pays condolence visit to family of late Enugu lawmaker

The Leadership of the Youths of Enugu East Senatorial Zone under the progressive umbrella of NKANU YOUTH COUNCIL on Tuesday, paid a condolence visit to the family of the Member representing the good people of Isi-uzo Constituency in Enugu State House of Assembly who passed on in June.

The Organization’s mournfully-looking delegates led by its National President Rt Comr Monday Diamond A. (Odoziobodo) empathized with the family and urged them to see the death as an act of nature which no man could question God for.

The younger brother to the deceased Hon Ejike Ugwueze who spoke on behalf of the family thanked Nkanu Youth Council for the visit and prayed to God to bless them for standing with them at this perilous time.

The delegate also paid a condolence visit to the Executive Chairman of Isi-uzo Local Government Area Hon Jacob Abonyi (Jacky Moore).

The President while making the Condolence speech on behalf of the Organization shared the Vision and Mission of NYC and emotionally consoled the Mayor and other Officials of the Council, as well as the good people of Isi-uzo for the sudden and saddened death of a one of their sons who lived a successful life even at his young age.

In his response, the Mayor of Isi-uzo Hon Jacob Abonyi thanked Nkanu Youth Council for their high display of sagacity and unprecedented maturity and standing with the council in their grieving moment.

He also presented a Magazine Chronicling his 100 Days in office with numerous projects executed and those under construction, promising to partner with NYC in all ramifications for the overall development of Nkanu Nation.

The Secretary of Isi-uzo Local Government and other Council Officials were on ground to welcome the visiting NYC members.


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