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…Abia Catholic Diocese Mourns the Sudden Demise of Young Seminarian Sampson Alaeto | #NwokeukwuMascot 

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 The Catholic Diocese of Abia is filled with sorrow and mourning as the news of the sudden passing of young seminarian Sampson Alaeto spreads throughout the community. The Social Communications Department of the Catholic Diocese of Aba, also known as Rex Communications, solemnly announced the tragic event in a statement titled "The Sleep of Death," expressing deep grief and profound heartbreak over the loss.

In a heartfelt reflection on the unexpected departure of Alaeto, the statement vividly portrays the emotions resonating throughout the diocese. Describing the event as a "deeply wrenching and sorrowful moment," it captures the disbelief and anguish experienced by those who were acquainted with the young seminarian.


The statement which delves into the somber realities of death reads in full, “Ululations! Heartfelt wrenching and shouts. Hearts broken. Questions asked. Event unanticipated. We walked and worked with him in the morning. Now he sleeps. Never to be woken again unless by the trumpet of parousia.


“Death smells. Oblivion has a peculiar taste. It is bland. It is uninteresting. It is insipid. We smell it as the lifeless body lies supine, unbothered but in perfect obedience to rigor Mortis. We taste it as the living wails in the brokenness of helplessness and the emptiness of loss incurred.

 Photos of the deceased, Alaeto Sampson 

“The boy has died! Like the biblical Sampson, the pillars of death has fallen on him. The ‘light’ from heaven has taken him. He sleeps forever, in the ‘peace of God’. Never again to be heard. What he has desired to be, gone. But he arrives the gate of the Great Beyond, a hero, who was called at his duty post, shepherding the flock in his care. A soldier! He now sleeps, the beautiful sleep of death.


“In memory of Alaeto Sampson, Aba Diocesan Seminarian Taken by Lightning from above! 11th May, 2024. © chibuikekezie_phoenix”.

In memory of Alaeto Sampson, Aba Diocesan Seminarian, Taken by Lightning from abov

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