APC Chieftain, Barrister Isiguzo, Buries Late Wife


The atmosphere at Obokwe, Asa in Ukwa West Local Government Area of Abia State, on Friday, was quite gloomy in spite of the beautiful weather. The pain and sorrow on the faces of a Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Barrister Levi Isiguzo and his four lovely children were palpable, and expectedly so, as the body of Late Evangelist Mrs Uzochukwu Evelyn Isiguzo was committed to mother-earth.

In his tribute to the woman that he was married to for 23 years before the cold hands of death snatched her away, Isiguzo, who described the woman as his prayer warrior and backbone, recalled that if it was money, medicine or prayers that would have revived her that she wouldn’t have died.

Barrister Levi Isiguzo and his children during the funeral service

His words:

“We got married out of genuine love and sincere faith in God; little did I know you will leave me so untimely. In your lifetime, you were a devoted born again child of God and treasured Him far above humanity and pleasures of life.”

Late Uzochukwu Evelyn Isiguzo was born September 14, 1974 to the family of late Mr & Mrs Augustine Afakwu of Obeaku Quarters, Onicha Ugbo in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State. She attended Nwaora Anyaegbu Memorial Primary School, Inland Town, Onitsha, before proceeding to Ado Girls Secondary School, Onitsha.

She studied Science Technology with bias in Applied Chemistry at the Institute of Management Technology, IMT, Enugu, and graduated with an Upper Credit.

Children of Late Evangelist Uzochukwu Evelyn Isiguzo

Late Mrs Isiguzo, who served her father land in Bauchi State, later obtained a Post Graduate Diploma degree in Business Administration from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State.

The burial ceremony, which was conducted by the St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Obokwe in Ukwa West Local Government Area, attracted people from all walks of life, including the member representing Ukwa West State Constituency in the Abia State House of Assembly, Hon. Godwin Anyamagiobi Adiele, the Deputy Chief of Staff to the Governor, office of the Deputy Governor, Sir Don Ubani, former member of the Board of the Abia State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, ASOPADEC, Barrister Henry Chilaka, Elder Chinwe Ahuama and Chief Temple Nwachukwu.

Others were the Ukwa East/Ukwa West Federal Constituency candidate of the Action Peoples Party, APP, Chief Sylvanus Nwaji and the Deputy Chairman of the Ukwa West Local Government Area, Chief John Ajuzieogu.


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