p with his family in a Barrack in Kano for safety,
as a result of the Boko Haram insurgence, she left behind, other
children, Jewel, a Cabinet maker in Lagos, Peter Nwadozie Okoh, a teacher at the Aliokpu
Secondary School, Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, twins,
Obele and Onyishi and Clement (Jogbo), who are Okoh’s children as well
as other twins, Taiye Osula and James, and Annete, the children of the late Captain Uko.
left to mourn her are her elder sister, Mrs. Comfort Onyekpe who lives in the
Lekki Area of Lagos, her only brother, Mr. Philip Ideh, former Deputy Director
in the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture in Lagos and Abuja, Mrs.
Pauline Okoh, her Octogenarian Uncle, Christopher Lesunwa Eledu of Oki Uku and
many cousins, nephews, nieces and In-laws at Ekuku Agbor, Ime-Obi Agbor, Lagos
for the repose of her Soul have already been said at the Roman Catholic Church
of Our Lady of Dolours in Chelsea, South West London during the celebration of
the Holy mass in commemoration of the presentation of Our Lord at the Temple in
Jerusalem, while a Service of Songs and Wake keeping Service would take place
at the Deeper Life Bible Church, Gbagada Branch, Lagos, on the third week of
February, 2012 before interment in Lagos.
funeral obsequies would take place at Oki Uku in Agbor. She would be greatly