Mlsss02 Achievers console Ifeanyi Ezeike as he buries father in a blaze of glory.

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By: Ijeomah Anthony
On 2024-03-30T15:52:11.459Z

Ifeanyi Ezeike, a member of Merchant of Light Special Science School, Oba, Anambra State, an old boys association name Achievers 02 set, has laid to rest his late father, Late Nze Innocent Chukwuemeka Ezeonwaneti(AKA ONWA) , in a colourful ceremony that took place in Ubaha Village, Umuikeakor Amesi, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State.

The entire town was enveloped with fanfare as prominent family friends, well-wishers, Achievers 02 set representatives came to honour the departed and celebrate his impactful life.

The funeral journey of Late Nze Innocent Chukwuemeka Ezeonwaneti started with vigil mass at his compound, Ubaha village Amesi, Aguata L.G.A, Anambra State on Wednesday 28th February, 2024.

While the funeral service unfolded at hometown after his body left Visitation Hospital Mortuary to his compound for lying-in-state before funeral mass also at his compound Ubaha village Amesi, then followed by condolence visit by in-laws, friends and well-wishers.

The burial attracted the presence of members of Merchant of Light Special Science School, Oba 2002 set namely; Chief Engr and Mrs Ifeanyi onyeka (OIL), Obiajulu Ozouwa ( pappin), Nwachukwu Chinweike Daniel ( Saint Daniel), Ifeanyi Ezeike (Camara), Ifeanyi Onwurah ( Gas), Ifesinachi Anaekwe ( ogwu amusu), Ebuka Mbadugha ( Bukky), ThankGod Igwe, Anthony Ijeomah (omo nri), Chidi Umezinwa ( Boric) and Chiemeka Ezekwonna ( Mescana).

Ifeanyi Ezeike in his appreciation message to his Old school association member, the Mlsss02 set, Achievers: "I want to say a very big thank you; and I humbly appreciate all your effort and support. I'm indeed blessed to have friends turned out brothers like you."

" I cannot tell you how much I appreciated all your help. Everything was as I wanted it to be. You were all a great help. Hope you guys get your various destinations safe. Thank God everything went well."