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TRAGEDY: Former Senate President, Ken Nnamani Loses Wife, Lady Jane Nnamani
The wife of Nigeria’s former Senate President, Sen. Dr. Ken Nnamani, Lady (Mrs) Jane Udewo Amaechi Nnamani, is dead.
The late Jane Nnamani passed on in Enugu on Thursday, May 4, 2023, after a brief illness.
Confirming the incident on his known Facebook page, Sen. Dr. Ken Nnamani wrote;
“It is with a heavy heart that I announce the passing of my beloved wife, Lady Jane Amechi Udewo Nnamani (nee Onah), on Thursday, 4th May 2023, at Orthopaedic Hospital, Enugu, after a brief illness, aged 58.
“My children and I are deeply pained by this very sudden, devastating, sad and unfortunate incident.
“Lady Jane was not just my wife and the mother of our four children, she was my friend, confidante, manager of our home, a great pillar of support to me and our children and the glue that held the family together. This is one loss my children and I will ever find extremely difficult to come to terms with. May Almighty God grant the soul of my loving wife eternal rest in His bosom. Amen! ”
Mrs Nnamani was known to be a brilliant, dutiful, very cheerful, friendly, quiet and unassuming woman.
The former lawmaker’s wife, was a successful business woman who was into real estate and products distributorship among many of her family’s business enterprises which she manages.
She was also a member of the Governing Council of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), Enugu, founded in 1979 where incidentally she was a final year doctorate degree student in Business Management.
Late Mrs Nnamani was a renowned philanthropist, who, like her husband, Senator Ken Nnamani, has contributed immensely to the development of her Amaechi Awknawnaw community in Enugu South Local Government Area of Enugu state through her scholarship program to indigent students, widowhood empowerment initiatives and community infrastructural development.
She recently singlehandedly rehabilitated and furnished the Methodist Church Cathedral in her community at Amaechi Awknawnaw, Enugu state, which had been in bad shape for many years.
Lady (Mrs) Jane Udewo Nnamani was also known to have built and donated hostel accommodation and residential lodges to students of tertiary institutions in Enugu metropolis, such as the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) Enugu Campus and the Enugu State University of Technology (ESUT).
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