Ikoh Mourns KC. Ugboaja, Says Ikwuano has lost an Icon
The Minister of State Science and Technology, Hon. Henry Ikechukwu
has commiserated with the family of late Barr. K.C. Ugboaja, an illustrious son of Ariam Elu-elu, in Ikwuano LGA of Abia State.
Famousreporters.com reports that the death of K.C Ugboaja which took place in the late late hours of Friday, July 8, 2022 but was announced the following day, July 9, had thrown both the immediate Community, the entire Ikwuano and the State into a melancholic state.
Reacting to the great loss,Chief Ikoh who expressed deep regrets over the shocking demise of K. C. Ugboaja, wailed that Ikwuano had lost an icon.
Chief Ikoh described the death of the former Executive Chairman of Ikwuano LGA of Abia State as a colossal loss to both the state and the nation in general.
Saddled with emotions, the Hon. Minister, in a release made available to Famousreporters.com, described death as inevitable, saying “according to the Holy scripture, there is a time for everything under the earth; a time to merry and a time to grief, a time to birth and a time to die.”
Continuing, he said the best life any man could live was to affect positively the live of others, adding, “so that when we are gone, posterity cannot forget us.
“And on behalf of my family and the people of Ikwuano LGA, I urge the family to take heart take solace in God’s word. We must not weep as though we do not have hope, just as the Bible recommended. Rather let us thank God for the life of the departed. He affected lives of many people and that is the best life ever.”
He, therefore, implored the immediate family to take solace in God’s grace and words, noting that the deceased “will forever be remembered in the ‘sands of time’.
Recounting on late Ugboaja’s legacies as a Chairman, Ikoh urged the the living and indeed the immediate family to emulate his footprints, as he pray for God to grant the soul of the departed rest “up until when we shall meet to part no more, on the resurrection day.