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Delta State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa (4th right) Extending Pleasantries with Traditional Rulers, during the Funeral Reception of Late Queen Victoria Efeizomor, at St’ Andrews Anglican Church, Owa-Oyibu, Delta State.

Okowa, Uduaghan,  Ibori, Elue, Others Bid Queen Efeizomor Final Farewell 

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, his predecessor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan, former Deputy Governor Benjamin Elue,  Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, Dr.Hon. Sheriff Oborovwori, traditional rulers, current and former political holders, yesterday (28/04/18) were in Owa to bid final farewell to Queen Victoria Efeizomor. 

Queen Efeizomor until her passage at the age of 68, was the wife of the Chairman, Delta State Traditional Rulers Council,  HRM Emmanuel Efeizomor II,  the Obi of Owa,  Ika North-East local government area of Delta State. 

At the funeral service held in honour of the deceased at St. Andrews Anglican Church, Owa-Oyibu, Ven. Dr. Jonathan Adudu said, "God's decision is final, He determines when to give and when to take."

According to the venerable, though, Queen Efeizomor was a submissive wife, humble and caring, no one can question God for calling her.

"He makes the decision and decision making is key as it direct the course of events to achieve goals, decision making is for someone who is in authority and God's decision is final because, no one protests it," the Venerable state.

He continued, "God is the one whose decision is final, our duty is to submit to the decision of God," and called on Christians to choose where they will spend eternity by the style of life they live.

"God does not send people to hell,  people choose to go to hell by their deeds, if you do good, good will follow you, if you do bad, evil will follow you, the choice is yours," he stated.

Governor Okowa, former Governor James Ibori,  among others had attended a service of songs organised in honour of the deceased at Obi Palace, Owa-Oyibu.

Renowned musicians from different ethnic nationalities performed st the ceremony.

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