‘The pain you’re going through unimaginabl’e, Abia North APC commiserates with Orji Kalu over wife’s death
The Executive and Entire Members of APC Abia North Senatorial Zone have unanimously sympathised with the Senator representing Abia North Senatorial District and Chief Whip of the Senate, Senator (Dr.) Orji Uzor Kalu over the demise of his first wife, Her Excellency Ifeoma Ada Kalu (late).
The Executive and entire members of the party in the zone, while expressing their grief in a release jointly signed by Chief Chris O. Aja and Hon. Chief Alaezi Onyekwere John, APC Zonal Chairman and Zonal Publicity Secretary, respectively, Abia North, described the death of spouse as unbearable.
Below is the full text of the release:
CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE FORMER GOVERNOR OF ABIA STATE AND CURRENTLY THE DISTINGUISHED SENATOR OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, SEN. DR ORJI UZOR KALU. THE SENATE CHIEF WHIP.
The Executive and Entire Members of APC Abia North Senatorial Zone
sympathize with His Excellency Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu over the death of his first wife Her Excellency Ifeoma Ada Kalu.
The death of any family member is undoubtedly painful to bear. Especially losing a spouse is like losing one of the main pillars of the family.
The agony and grief that follow after the death of the wife are unbearable. Nothing can take up the hollow space of the loving wife, nor is any word enough to lessen the grief of the mourning husband.
But it is still necessary to extend our condolence and support to the grieving family through some sympathy and condolence messages for the loss of wife.
Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of Her Excellency, may you be able to find strength in this tough period of your life. The pain you are going through is unimaginable.
Sir please take heart and accept our sincere condolence, the pains and lost is for all of us!
May her soul rest in the bosom of the God Almighty. Amen.
Chief Chris O. Aja
APC Zonal Chairman Abia North.
Hon. Chief Alaezi Onyekwere John,
APC Zonal Publicity Secretary Abia North.