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Tributes at Ezinne Maggie Nwomeh’s Service of Songs, as Burial Holds Today


The Senior Special Assistant to the Enugu State Governor, Dr. Peter Mbah, on Mainstream Media, Hon. Dan Nwomeh, is set to commit late mother to earth today, Saturday, April 27.

Her final journey began on Friday, with a vigil holy mass at her hometown, Ozalla in Nkanu West LGA, Enugu State, celebrated by the Catholic Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Most Rev. Callistus Onaga.


Rendering the homily, the Parish Priest of Holy Cross Catholic Church, Iji Nike, Very Rev. Fr. Anthony Igwe, underscored the need for Christians to believe in God and serve Him without reservation.

He described the late Mrs. Nwomeh as a woman of faith, who served her maker and humanity with total commitment.

With countless examples of his personal encounters with the deceased, Rev. Fr. Igwe, recalled how Mrs. Nwomeh served God with her time, resources, and total being and urged other Christians to emulate her.


He added that through discipline and exemplary living the Margaret Nwomeh merited the title of Ezinne. He noted that she recorded a huge success in raising very godly and highly illustrious children, who have distinguished themselves in their various fields of human endeavour.

Meanwhile, other co-mass celebrants, including the Parish Priest of St. Paul’s Catholic Church, Ozalla Rev. Father Dennis Eze and Rev. Fr. Remy Onyenu, led the congregation in prayers for the peaceful repose of the deceased’s soul.

The vigil mass was attended by many Catholic priests and dignitaries from various walks of life.

A community leader and retired health worker, the late Mrs Nwomeh died in February 2024 aged 77.


Until her demise, Mrs Nwomeh was a devout Catholic where she held several positions and titles due to her virtuous lifestyle which included, Ezinne, Nneohaa.

Late Mrs Nwomeh would be remembered for her good works, philanthropy, foundation, godly virtues and staunch Christian faith.

According to Dan Nwomeh, Mama would be greatly missed by her children, grandchildren, family members and friends and well-wishers.



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