President/Founder, D-PETERSON Foundation, Dr Donald Peterson,has commisserated with Executive Assistant to the Delta State Governor, on Special Duties, Dr Chukwuma Nwaonicha over the death of his elder sister, late Madam Esther Okoh.
Peterson who paid a condolence visit to Nwaonicha at his residence in Agbor during the week urged the American trained Organic Chemist cum politician to take solace in the Lord for his sister lived a good life while on earth.
His words, “On behalf of my family and the entire members of D-PETERSON Foundation, I commisserate with our dear father, brother, friend and the entire Nwaonicha family of Alihame, Agbor, on the demise of their lovely daughter and mother, late Mrs Madam Esther Okoh. We urge you to take solace in the Lord for your sister and mother lived a good life while on earth. We pray God to give you and members of your family the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss. May her soul rest in peace.”
Responding, Dr Chukwuma Nwaonicha thanked Donald Peterson for the condolence visit, noting that he will remain grateful to him and members of his Foundation. He disclosed that his late sister, Madam Esther Okoh impacted greatly and positively on the lives of her siblings and people who came around her. He said she would be missed by the legacies she left behind.
Speaking further, Nwaonicha declared his support for Donald Peterson, urging him to remain focused and committed in his contributions to the development of Ika youths and Ika land in general.
“You are very a good man, loving and caring to our people. I am going to support and work with you in any future plan you have to uplift our people in government. I urge to remain focused, committed and don’t be discouraged by detractors. The Almighty God will grant you your heart desires,” Nwaonicha stated.
Dr Donald Peterson was accompanied in the visit by a political aide to the Delta State Governor and Chief of Staff, D-PETERSON Foundation,Hon Andrew Agwaze.
Dr. Nwaonicha & Dr Donald Peterson