Governor Hope Uzodimma has sympathized with the family of Enugu State Governor, Barr. Peter Mbah, over the demise of his mother-in-law, Lolo Chinyere Lovelyn Mbah.

In his condolence remarks at the funeral of Late Madam Mbah at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Obazu Mbieri Mbaitoli LGA of Imo State, Uzodimma expressed sadness over her demise and prayed to God to grant the family the fortitude to bear the loss.

“I am deeply touched by the death of our dear mother, and I pray that the soul of our dear mother and the soul of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, find peace. Amen”.

In his speech, the Enugu State Governor, Peter Mbah, described her late mother-in-law, as an icon and a very loving woman.

He said she was a woman who impacted many lives.

“Our mother and my mother-in-law were very loving women, and she had made such an impact. Her departure underscores the brevity of life,” Mbah said.

“She fought a good fight, but it was time for her to go as God willed it. But the good thing is that she will continue to live because of her impacts and the fond memories.”

During a sermon at the church, a cleric, Obinna Oke, enjoined Christians to eschew backbiting and bitterness.

“One day, each of us here will be like Mrs. Chinyere Lovelyn Mbah. So, you better prepare for that day,” Oke said.

“We must live right and in love for one another, eschewing bitterness and slander, because there is no competition in destiny.”

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