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Arochukwu ex-council boss Ngunu, buries mum January 7

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Arochukwu ex-council boss Ngunu, buries mum January 7
By Steve Oko
Former Chairman of Arochukwu Local Government Area, Hon. Princely Kingsley Ngunu, will on Saturday, January 7, bury his late mother,  Ezinne Chief Helen Kingsley Ngunu.
The remains of the late Madam Helen, according to a release  by the former Council boss, will  be  laid  to rest at  her  husband’s country home,  Amaeke Abam after Bende Town in Arochukwu LGA,  at 10am.
The release puts the Church venue at All Saints Catholic Church Amaeke Abam while reception shall hold immediately after a requiem nass  at former Commercial School field, Umuhu Road.
According to the release, at 8am, the body shall leave the Gate of Heaven Funeral Home behind Madonna Catholic Hospital enroute Ngunu’s compound, Umuhu Road, Amaeke Abam where she will lie in state.
Wawa News Global checks revealed that Lady Helen Ngunu was the National President of Amaeke Abam Women Organisation world wide for 8years  and was also appointed a member of the first Local Government Transition Committee and later became the Deputy Chairman of Arochukwu LGA in  2002.
“She was equally a consumate politician, a philanthropist and a successful business woman”, the release added.
The release further enjoined her friends, colleagues, well wishers
 to join the family as they pay her the last respect.
Hon. Ngunu, a seasoned journalist and Public Relations guru, is currently the Secretary of Senator Mao Ohuabunwa Campaign Council.
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