Late Former Vice-President, Alex Ekwueme To Be Buried On February 2nd

Late Former Vice-President, Alex Ekwueme To Be Buried On February 2nd

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Added by January 19, 2018

Alex Ekwueme will be laid to rest on February 2, according to the burial committee set up to plan a state burial for the former Vice-President.

This was disclosed by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, while briefing newsmen on Thursday in Abuja.

Mustapha, who doubles as the chairman of the committee, was represented by Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Productivity, who is also a member of the committee.

The committee, which was inaugurated on the December 15, 2017, has come up with a nine day long Programme for the burial.
The programme will start from January 19 to February 2, 2018.

According to the SGF, the first elected vice president of Nigeria was an accomplished Architect, Town planner, Philanthropist and politician.

Mustapha, who noted that the death of Ekwueme was a painful loss to his family and the nation at large, reeled out details of the ceremony as follows:

On Friday January 19 at 2.p.m, there will be a Memorial Service at Cathedral Church of Christ, Marina Lagos, while at 5.p.m, there will be the Evening of Tributes and Music at Muson Centre, Onikan Lagos.

On Saturday Jan.27 at 2.p.m, there will be a Memorial Service at St Marylebone Parish Church London.

On Sunday, Jan.28 at 6.p.m, there will be a Service of Songs and evening of tributes at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

Similarly, on Monday, January 29 at 12 p.m., there will be a Parade of Honour at the Presidential wing, Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, after which body departs immediately to Enugu and will be received by south-east governors at the airport.

On Tuesday, January 30 at 4.p.m, there will be a Service of Songs at Cathedral Church of the Good Shepherd, Independence Layout Enugu.

Accordingly, on Wednesday January 31 at 10.a.m, there will be South-East commendation service at Okpara square Enugu.

On Thursday, February 1 at 10 a.m., body departs for Awka at 12. p.m, there will be Anambra Commendation service at Ekwueme Square, Awka.

Also at 4p.m. body departs for Oko, Ekwueme’s home town and at 5.p.m, there will be service of songs at his residence.

Also, on Friday, Feb.2 at 8.a.m, there will be lying-in-state at his residence; and 11.a.m there will be the funeral service at St. John the Divine Church, Oko, followed by interment and reception.

On Sunday, February 11 at 9 a.m, there will be an outing service, at the St John the Divine Church, Oko.

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