Don’t organise my funeral without involving Ndokwa Vanguard- Man instructs children, family members

Prior to the death of Chief Johnny Isusu Enemuwe of Nkwoi family of Ogbe Ogume, in 2020 he instructed his children and family members not to organise his funeral without making provision to publicise it in Ndokwa Vanguard. He gave the instruction to his younger brother Mr Austin Enemuwe and his children in Europe and America.
A family source said the late Chief Enemuwe was in love with Ndokwa Vanguard and was fond of the Publisher Mr Alaska Ekele whom he described as very hard-working, trusted and had passion for the job.
The late Chief Jonny Enemuwe was an ardent reader of Ndokwa Vanguard. He appreciated the quality thrust of the paper and the fact that it has projected Ukwuani land, thus adding Ukwuani to the comity of ethnic nationality with Community Newspaper.
He died on January 24, 2020 at the age of 75 years. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic the children stayed action on the funeral arrangements until Saturday, March 19, 2022. The event which held at his compound at Ogbe Ogume, Ndokwa West Local Government Delta State attracted people from all walks of life from within and outside the country.
It was a carnival of sort as in-laws from Enugu state came with different cultural groups that entertained the mammoth crowd alongside the band of Eric Enuma.
People ate and drank satisfactorily and the children were appreciated for giving their father a befitting burial.

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