The late Paul Aniunoh.
Story by Dili Utomi.
It is sometimes said that the worth of a man’s life can be measured by the good legacies that he has left behind.
This adage is aptly captured by the amount of eulogies heaped on the person of late Paul Aniunoh at the vigil organised to give people the chance to honour the memory of the man that they all came to know and love.
Doc. Aniebonam with Mazi Enelamah at the event.
The event which took place at the premises of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF) at Maybin Street, GRA Apapa started at about 3.30pm with Mr Stanley Ezenga moderating.
Doc. Aniebonam with the Ogene musical group as they performed at the occasion.
Prayers were said, hymns were sung, the scriptures were read and a sermon was held; and when it came to the time for testimonies and tributes, a whole lot of encomiums were showered on the person of late Mr. Aniunoh.
More pictures from the event.
Notably, speakers like Mazi Chidiebere Enelamah, Chief Eugene Nweke, Mr. Simeon Nwonu and Barrister Fred Akokhia paid glowing tributes to the memory of Paul Aniunoh. They were all united in praising his humility, his good nature, his dedication to his Catholic faith and things of God and his generosity even if Paul Aniunoh was a man of modest means. The speakers asked that everyone take a small lesson from the way the deceased carried himself and all prayed that his soul would be accepted into into the Bossom of the Lord.
The founder of NAGAFF, Doc. Boniface Okechukwu Aniebonam was also in attendance as were all NAGAFF ambassadors, Journalists and other well wishers who came to pay their respect to the memory of a man that has been described as always trying to make peace and also make everyone happy.
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