Strive for Legacies That Would Outlive Your Stay on Earth, Awoniyi Urge Nigerians

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Death has once again been described according to Yomi Awoniyi, Kogi State Deputy Governor as a compulsory end for all mortals, called on Nigerians to always make their ways right before God and humanity.

Awoniyi made the appeal at the funeral reception held in honour of late Mrs Elizabeth Aina Bello held in Ejuku,Yagba East LGA.

The Deputy Governor called on Nigerians to strive for legacies that would outlive their stay on earth, declared that it is unfortunate that people now live without having good works after them that outlive them.

The country, Awoniyi explained, is still surviving on the legacies of its founding fathers, said it is becoming increasingly difficult to have present day generation of Nigerian’s have outstanding qualities that can be used to identify them long after there demise.

Awoniyi described late Mrs Bello as a woman who will be remembered for putting smiles on the faces of women whom she medically assisted to achieve conception and delivery, said she was a great woman that should be emulated.

He called on the family she left behind to take solace in her good works and be consoled by the testimonies said about her while she was alive.

Earlier at the funeral service held at First ECWA Church, Ejuku, Rev. Samuel Adewumi, called on Nigerians to live life worthy of emulation.

The clergy man described man as one who is on a journey on earth, said he would be expected to give account of his stewardship of his sojourn when he meets with God.

In his remarks, Ade John, son-inlaw of the deceased, described late Mrs Bello as a woman that will be greatly missed, said she was loving and selfless in her duties to all those she came across. He thanked those who graced the occasion.

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