Executive Director of Africa Network For Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, Reverend David Ugolor has made available the family arrangements for the burial ceremony of their late mother, Mrs. Agnes Akora Ugolor.
Mrs. Agnes Akora Ugolor nee Umukoro passed away earlier in the year at the age of 90.
According to the Press statement for the burial ceremony made available by the Global human rights activist, Reverend David Ugolor on Wednesday, the funeral rites will begin with service of songs on Thursday January 26, 2023 at Number 2, Edobor Aigbeghian street, off Omoregie street, Ogumwenyi, Benin City, Edo State.
The Interment where only the family members are expected to be in attendance, according to the press release, will be held on Friday 27th January, 2023 at a location opposite Central Baptist Church, Ugbevwe, Oghara junction, Ethiope Local Government Area of Delta State by 11 a.m.
Social dance and out service will commence at 12 pm on Saturday 28th, January, 2023 at Honourable Lawrence Egodotajire Open Field, along Chief James Ibori way, Ogharefe, Oghara, Ethiope West Local Government Area of Delta State.
The burial ceremony will end with a Thanksgivings service on Sunday 29th January, 2023 by 10 a.m at Central Baptist Church, Ugbevwe, Oghara Junction, Ethiope West Local Government Area of Delta State.
For contact and enquires, Monday Akora-Ugolor, according to the statement can be reached on +2347037173563 and Reverend David Ugolor on +2347035718577.
ANEEJ boss, Reverend David Ugolor said in some of his social media posts that:
“We finally rounding up our meetings in Washington DC, and is time now to visit Columbus, Ohio to commence the burial ceremony consultation of our beloved mother with the Double Chief and the Head of the Family of Akora-UGOLOR Worldwide. We give God the glory for the protection and grace.
“Trip to Columbus is home coming after a long break as a result of Covid-19’s whala!
“Burial Arrangements consultation bus stopped at Sister Derby‘s house and we met her two lovely sons. As usual her reception was warmly and wonderful. A freshly cooked native food was passed on to us and always sister Derby will not fail to show her love towards family members.
Thanks for your support and love”.