Nosa Akenzua, Asaba
Special Adviser to Delta State Governor on SERVICOM and Labour Relations, Comrade Mike Okeme, and other individuals, including Mr. Kenneth Okafor, have underscored the importance of peaceful coexistence among individuals in the society.
Comrade Okeme, who stated this in Asaba during the burial ceremony of late Solomon Okafor, father-in-law to the Public Relations Officer in his office, Mr Chukwudi Asoya, said that the deceased was very humane and contributed modestly in mentoring younger generation about the reality of life.
The SERVICOM boss and Mr Kenneth Okafor, a cousin to the deceased, stated that he was peaceful and always at the forefront of the crusade for unity, especially within the family cycle.
Specifically, Comrade Okeme noted that his Public Relations Officer was a dedicated civil servant, who always showed commitments to every of his official assignment.
Speaking in their separate remarks, the children of the deceased, including Mrs Ifeyinwa Asoya, Mr Charles Okafor and Mrs Chimobi Awele, described their father as humble, kind-hearted and peaceful.
They stated that his life style was worthy of emulation, even as his son, Mr Charles Okafor, pledged to sustain the legacies of their father and appreciated all for identifying with them.
In an interview, one of the sons-in-laws to the deceased, Mr Chukwudi Asoya, said that late Okafor impacted positively on their lives in several ways, especially through his fatherly advice.