Oghiadomhe Condoles Izuagie Family of Afashio Over Loss of Matriarch

By DADA AYOKHAI

Chief Mike Oghiadomhe has expressed his condolences to the Izuagie family in Afashio, Etsako West council area following the passing of the matriarch of the family, Hon (Mrs) Helen Apenasomi Izuagie.

In a condolence message directed to the eldest son of the deceased, Mr Anselm Izuagie, the former two-term deputy governor of Edo State conveyed his deep sympathies to the Izuagie family and prayed for God to grant the children she left behind the strength to bear this “great loss.”

Reflecting on the pain of losing a mother, particularly one as dear as Helen, Chief Oghiadomhe assured the Izuagie family of his support and pledged to be there for them as they navigate the anguish of losing a loved one.

“In his condolence message, Chief Oghiadomhe recognized the courageous and visionary spirit of the late Helen Izuagie, who dared to dream and conquer and encouraged the Izuagie family to endeavour to sustain her legacies.

Chief Oghiadomhe said, “I want to offer my deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your beloved mother, Mrs. Helen Apenasomi Izuagie. My family and I are deeply saddened by this loss and want you to know that we are here for you during this difficult time.

“The loss of a mother is never easy, regardless of age or accomplishments. However, we take solace in the fact that God granted the late Helen Izuagie a long and fulfilling life and to see her children grow into successful individuals. Her legacy will continue to inspire and motivate us all”.

In particular, he assured the bereaved family of his support, love, and prayers during this trying and challenging period.

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