Tragic Loss: Family, Friends Mourn as Abia Poly Student is Laid to Rest (photos) | #NwokeukwuMascot


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In a somber ceremony held yesterday in Anuukwu Igbere, Abia State, family, friends, and the entire community bid farewell to Mary Ogechi Ezekiel, the Abia Polytechnic female student who tragically lost her life in a fatal accident in front of the school gate. The devastating incident has left everyone in tears and the community in mourning.

During the burial, the family of the late Apost. Ezekiel Ulu Kazi expressed their heartfelt appreciation for the outpouring of support they have received during this difficult time. In a message of gratitude, they conveyed their deep appreciation to the Almighty God and extended their thanks to all their family members, friends, and well-wishers who stood firmly by their side.

The family acknowledged the assistance and concern shown by individuals from far and near. They expressed their gratitude for the personal visits, phone calls, gifts, consoling words, and advice that have provided immense comfort and support. They are sincerely thankful for the kindness and generosity extended to them.

With profound gratitude, the family prays that God abundantly rewards all those who have shown compassion and support. They also pray for safe journeys back to the various destinations of their well-wishers.

The loss of Mary Ogechi Ezekiel has deeply affected the community, leaving a void that will not easily be filled. As family and friends grieve, they find solace in the memories of Mary's life and the impact she had on those around her.

May her soul rest in eternal peace.


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