Chairman/ CEO, Dover engineering group, Engr. Eloka Ejeh has laid to rest his mother-in-law, late Mrs. Evelyn Emenni Eze (Nee Igbonwa) at her country home in Ide village, Alor in Idemili South local government area of Anambra state. The late Mrs. Eze until her death was a community leader, devout Christian and one of the pillars of St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Alor.
The colourful ceremony brought together her children, sons and daughter in-law’s, her relatives, friends and well wishers who came from far and wide to pay their last respect.
The burial activities commenced with a church service at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Alor officiated by Rt. Revd Dr. Owen Chiedozie Nwokolo, Bishop of the Diocese on the Niger. He praised the deceased for the way she trained up her children in the way of the Lord and urged them to carryon with the legacy mama left behind.
In a tribute to his late mother-in-law, Engr. Eloka Ejeh described her as a good mother that cared for all. He said she was a mother of all mothers in view of her love and kindness to all her children, in-laws and members of her community.
He prayed God to give the soul of his late mother-in-law eternal rest.
Engr. Ejeh attended the burial with twelve cows and was accompanied to the condolence visit by the traditional ruler of Oraukwu Community, Igwe Nnaemeka Onuorah and his cabinet, Dr. Nneto Orazuluike of Genesis Cinemas among many other dignitaries mainly in the oil and gas industry.