Prince Ned Nwoko pays glowing tributes to Christian Okpambor as he is laid to final rest
By Frank Iroroh
The international legal luminary and Chancellor of the proposed Stars University, Idumuje Ugboko, Hon Prince (Dr) Ned Nwoko has paid glowing tribute to the late Hon. Christian Okpambor aka Okpams Georgia as he was laid to mother earth in his Boji Boji Owa compound today, August 1st, 2020.
The initiator and financier of Project Let’s Eradicate Malaria in Africa described the demise of former Executive Assistant to Delta State Governor on Youth Development as a huge lost to Anioma people and Ika nation in particular.
The funeral oration of Prince Ned Nwoko, was read on his behalf by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor of Delta State on Health Monitoring, Dr. Michael Nwoko and the tribute reads in part, “the news of the death of Hon. Christian Okpambor was a rude shock to me. In Christian, I lost a dear brother and a faithful friend.
Christian was one of my most trusted, dependable and hardworking ally. He was a pillar of support to me, a very sincere loyalist. I have indeed lost a very close and valuable friend.
God knows best, my consolation is that God gives and takes, we cannot question God’s authority. He has the final say on issues regarding life and death.
I want to condole his family for this irreversible lost of their brother, husband and father. I also want to condole with the Government of Delta State and Governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa on the demise of his Executive Assistant. The PDP family, the people of Anioma and Ika nation in particular would definitely miss the leadership impact and the glamour of late Christian Okpambor.” Prince Ned Nwoko concluded.
Members of Prince Ned Nwoko political family led by Dr. Michael Nwoko to the ceremony includes Mr. Greg Chiazor, Project Supervisor, Stars University, Idumuje Ugboko, Mr. Bolum Okuchi , Director Security, Ned Nwoko organization, Madam Lauretta Ulunma, the Manager, Mount Ned Nwoko Tourist and Cultural Centre, Idumuje Ugboko, Franklin Nwaobi, Surveyor of the proposed STARS University, Idumuje-Ugboko, Miss Chinyere Osilonya, Deputy Director of Protocol, Comr. Collins Okonkwo, Protocol officer to Prince Ned Nwoko, Vivian Nkechika, Media aide to Prince Ned Nwoko, Mr Frank Iroroh, Media aide to Prince Ned Nwoko and a host of others.