LATE MR. SUNDAY ABIAMUWE DIBIE COMMITTED TO MOTHER EARTH

LATE
MR CORNELIUS EGBULE LAID TO REST

By
B.C Obanor

The
body of late Mr. Cornelius Ohumaegbulem Egbule has been laid to rest
in his home town, Idumu-Ileje quarters, Umunede, Ika North East Local
Government Area of Delta State.

According
to the wife of the deceased, Mrs. Helen Egbule, late Mr. Cornelius
Egbule died on the 9th
of September after a protracted illness at the Federal Medical
Centre, Asaba. Until his death, late Mr. Egbule C.O was the
Principal, Comprehensive Senior Secondary School, Onicha-Uku, Aniocha
North Local Government Area of Delta State.

Members
of the Nigeria union of Teachers, Catholic Charismatic Renewal of
Nigeria (CCRN) Issele-Uku diocese and many other dignitaries were
present on the day of interment to pay tribute to the fallen tutor

He
was aged 57 and is survived by wife, children, a grand child, son
in-law, brothers and sisters.

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LATE MR.
SUNDAY ABIAMUWE DIBIE COMMITTED TO MOTHER EARTH
Nelly
Micheal
The remains
of Late Mr. Sunday Abiamuwe Dibie aka Bita of Ihogbe quarters,
Agbor-Obi, Ika South Local Government Area, was laid to rest at his
family compound on 8th
October 2011.
Late Mr.
Sunday Abiamuwe Dibie who died at the age of 71 years was survived by
twelve children, twenty Eight grand children. He was described by his
children as a gentle, loving hardworking and caring father. Mr. Osita
Dibie stated that His father before his death was well known and
called “BITA” He described him as a nice man who made it a point
of duty making sure that everyone was in peace with one another. He
prayed that God should grant his late father a peaceful place to
rest.

Mr. Jude
Dibie described his late father as a very hardworking and peaceful
man. He prayed that God will give him and the rest of the family the
fortutide to bear irreparable loss.
Mr. Mike
Dibie, younger brother to the deceased urged the children of his late
brother to be united and seek the face of God in whatever they do,
stating that God is the giver and taker of life and He alone knows
best.
Comrade C.N
Osakwe, urged members of the Dibie family to be united, He advised
the eldest man of the family to see everybody as equal and should not
pay listening ears to gossip. He prayed that the Almighty God will
grant them their hearts desires.

By
B.C Obanor

The
body of late Mr. Cornelius Ohumaegbulem Egbule has been laid to rest
in his home town, Idumu-Ileje quarters, Umunede, Ika North East Local
Government Area of Delta State.

According
to the wife of the deceased, Mrs. Helen Egbule, late Mr. Cornelius
Egbule died on the 9th
of September after a protracted illness at the Federal Medical
Centre, Asaba. Until his death, late Mr. Egbule C.O was the
Principal, Comprehensive Senior Secondary School, Onicha-Uku, Aniocha
North Local Government Area of Delta State.

Members
of the Nigeria union of Teachers, Catholic Charismatic Renewal of
Nigeria (CCRN) Issele-Uku diocese and many other dignitaries were
present on the day of interment to pay tribute to the fallen tutor

He
was aged 57 and is survived by wife, children, a grand child, son
in-law, brothers and sisters.

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27

LATE MR.
SUNDAY ABIAMUWE DIBIE COMMITTED TO MOTHER EARTH
Nelly
Micheal
The remains
of Late Mr. Sunday Abiamuwe Dibie aka Bita of Ihogbe quarters,
Agbor-Obi, Ika South Local Government Area, was laid to rest at his
family compound on 8th
October 2011.
Late Mr.
Sunday Abiamuwe Dibie who died at the age of 71 years was survived by
twelve children, twenty Eight grand children. He was described by his
children as a gentle, loving hardworking and caring father. Mr. Osita
Dibie stated that His father before his death was well known and
called “BITA” He described him as a nice man who made it a point
of duty making sure that everyone was in peace with one another. He
prayed that God should grant his late father a peaceful place to
rest.

Mr. Jude
Dibie described his late father as a very hardworking and peaceful
man. He prayed that God will give him and the rest of the family the
fortutide to bear irreparable loss.
Mr. Mike
Dibie, younger brother to the deceased urged the children of his late
brother to be united and seek the face of God in whatever they do,
stating that God is the giver and taker of life and He alone knows
best.
Comrade C.N
Osakwe, urged members of the Dibie family to be united, He advised
the eldest man of the family to see everybody as equal and should not
pay listening ears to gossip. He prayed that the Almighty God will
grant them their hearts desires.

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