Uromi Stands Still As Dr Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe Buries Father In-law

The final burial ceremony of Dr Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe father’s inlaw, held yesterday, and was attended by dignitaries from all walks of life.

The dignitaries gathered to pay their last respects to the father-in-law of the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Dr. Ernest Afolabi Umakhihe.

The funeral ceremony, which took place in Uromi, Edo State, was attended by top All Progressives Congress (APC) leaders in the state, as well as friends and well-wishers of Dr. Umakhihe.

During the ceremony, Dr. Umakhihe and his family members received condolences and support from the attendees, who spoke highly of the deceased and offered words of comfort and encouragement to the bereaved family.

The burial was a somber yet dignified occasion, with mourners reflecting on the life and legacy of the deceased and offering prayers for the repose of his soul. The gathering also provided an opportunity for those present to show their support for Dr. Umakhihe and his family during this difficult time.

In addition to the emotional support offered by friends and well-wishers, the presence of top APC leaders at the funeral is a testament to the close-knit relationships and networks that Dr. Umakhihe has cultivated in both his personal and professional life. It is also an indication of the respect and esteem in which he is held by his peers and colleagues.

Some of the dignitaries that graced the event include, Edo state APC deputy state chairman, Emperor Jarrett Tenebe, Edo central APC Chairman, Chief Francis Inegbeneki, Hon. Abdulganiyu Lawal (Abu Millionaire), APC 2020 Deputy Governorship candidate, Hon Gani Audu.

Others were, Member representing Etsako Central Constituency, Hon Ahmed Waziri Oshomah, Etsako West Constituency l, Hon Hussein Lecky Mustapha, Owan West Two term Local Government Chairman, Hon Daniel Asekhamhe, APC 2023 Etsako East Local Election Candidate, Mr Sunny Ekpetika, Former Etsako Central local Government Chairman, Hon Emma Momoh among Others

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