Prof  Bakky Adirika Laid To Rest At Ojoto Idemili South Council Area Admits Tears, Sorrow

Prof  Bakky Adirika Laid To Rest At Ojoto Idemili South Council Area Admits Tears, Sorrow

The remains of the Late Professor Bakky Ngozi Adirika, have been laid to rest in her husband’s compound, Ojoto in Idemili South Local Government Area.

The Late Professor Bakky Adirika, a Lady Knight of Saint Christopher, who died at the age of Sixty-four is the wife of Sir Amobi Adirika, a one-time Managing Director, Anambra Broadcasting Service and a member of Igwe’s cabinet, Ojoto.

The Late Professor Bakky Adirika was a member of the Women’s Guild, Mother’s Union, and many groups including groups at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka.

In his sermon during a funeral service organized by All Saint’s Anglican Church Ojoto, in her Compound, the Vicar of Saint John’s Anglican Parish Akabor Ojoto Reverend Ikem Ajeanaluonye lamented series of evil that abound in the society and called on the congregation to turn to God now that they are still alive as judgement comes immediately after death.

In their separate interviews the Dean Faculty of Education Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka Professor Nkechi Ikediugwu and the Director Ageing and Psychological Center Professor Rita Ugokwe Joseph described the death of Professor Adirika as a rude shock adding that her dedication and commitment to duty endeared her to a lot of their colleagues and prayed for the repose of her soul.

Some members of Association of Past Presidents-General of various communities in Anambra State while condoling with the family regretted the loss of the wife of their member praying God to grant her family the fortitude to bear the loss.

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Anambra Broadcasting Service Dr Uche Nworah said though Sir Amobi Adirika retired as a Managing Director in ABS, the establishment is still tapping from his wealth of experience and prayed God to grant his wife eternal rest while praying for God’s protection and guidance upon his family.

The first son of the deceased Rotarian Chibueze Adirika and her daughter in-law Mrs Ebere Adirika described their mother as a rare gem and a dear friend to all expressing optimism that she is now at a better place with God.

The husband of the deceased Sir Amobi Adirika who disclosed that their forty-five years of marriage was without blemish described his late wife as his mother, sister, girlfriend and wife adding that he is going to miss her dearly.

Dance and funeral oration by various groups formed the highpoint of the event.

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