It Is Still Too Hard To Believe That Nweze Is No More - Umahi, As He Was Led To Rest

The body of the late pioneer Commissioner for Infrastructural Development for Concession, Ebonyi State, Engineer Fidelis Nweze has been interred at his Okoffia Country Home, Ezza South Local Government Area of the State on Saturday.

In a condolence message, the Governor of Ebonyi State, Engr David Nweze Umahi, FNSE, FNATE urged the family to draw consolation in the Lord and hope of resurrection to overcome the challenging times.
"I want to ask the family to stay strong. It is still too hard to believe that Nweze is no more and it is difficult to find a replacement but the good Lord shall replace him in our lives. Hold onto the Lord, the Lord will not disappoint you. For those who believe in the Lord, this is just a transition and no one knows when it shall be his/her turn. Nweze is gone but Nweze will rise again". 

The Honourable Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief Cletus Ofoke on behalf of members of the State Executive Council described their late Colleague as a friend to all.

"We were friends, we were like family members in Exco. Engineer Fidelis Nweze would be missed by all especially His Excellency, the Governor who sees him as a destiny helper."

In a tribute, the wife of the deceased, Mrs. Chinwe Nweze described the late husband as an unassuming family man who would be missed for his penchant for the welfare of the less privileged in the Society.

"The king of my heart, I am proud of the exemplary life you lived. You practically lived for others, and have written a good history for yourself.

"The king of my heart, l am proud of the exemplary life you lived through your impeccable public service records and the politically invaluable contributions to the socio-economic and political development of Ebonyi State. 

"It is consoling to us, that though you lived short, your life shall not be measured by its duration but by Its donations to God and humanity. I am proud of your legacies, which for years, shall continue to tell your stories to generations after you.

"You are a good man, and I know good men don't die, their good deeds dwell in the hearts and the sweet memories of the people. Your spirit lives in me and the children, as well as in the memories of the people. My king, as we pay you our final respects, we shall meet again, when you shall wake up on resurrection morning.

“You know that it was an honor to be your wife and partner, and till we meet again, I  remain your cherished Ugo Nweze, the mother of your adorable children. I, and your adorable Children will miss you dearly, but I know that your spirit will be with us. I am heartbroken but I know that because you ran a good race, your spirit will always be around us."

The State Pastor of Living Faith Church, Ebonyi State, Pastor David Bamgboye called on those affected by the demise of Engineer Nweze to cease weeping in the hope that God Almighty would give them a soothing respite.

"Weep not because God shall turn your conditions into testimony. God is an expert at turning our sorrows into joy. The Bible says in everything, give praise to God. Those who know God, God does not allow them to perish, they shall only change to a new realm of life"

Late Engineer Fidelis Kings Nweze died at the age of 47.

From Francis Nwaze,
Special Assistant to the Governor
Media and Publicity.

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