Governor Fubara Urges Reflection on Legacy at Mother-in-Law’s Funeral

At the funeral service of his late mother-in-law, Mrs. Adeline Ndalu Jaja, Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, delivered a poignant message, urging individuals to contemplate the legacy they leave behind and strive to create opportunities for future generations.

Governor Fubara’s heartfelt advice, shared at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Opobo Town, Opobo/Nkoro Local Government Area of the State, emphasized the importance of living a life that fosters goodwill and opens doors for loved ones even after one’s passing.

In a statement released by his Chief Press Secretary, Nelson Chukwudi, Governor Fubara highlighted the significance of building a good name as a valuable asset that benefits not only one’s children but also those associated with them.

Reflecting on Mrs. Adeline Ndalu Jaja’s life, Governor Fubara praised her simplicity, promotion of justice, and the positive impact she had on her community. He underscored the importance of emulating her example and leaving behind a legacy of integrity and compassion.

The governor expressed confidence in God, emphasizing the foundational role of faith in guiding his administration through challenges. He extended gratitude to fellow leaders for their support and commitment to upholding truth and righteousness.

Governor Douye Diri of Bayelsa State joined the gathering to convey condolences and solidarity from sister states in the region. He acknowledged the universal sorrow of losing a loved one while highlighting the transient nature of life on earth.

During the ceremony, Lady Valerie Fubara, the wife of Governor Fubara, recounted the remarkable journey of Mrs. Adeline Ndalu Jaja, celebrating her resilience and dedication as a leader in the Nigeria Police Force.

The funeral service drew dignitaries from various spheres of society, including former governor of Rivers State, Sir Dr. Peter Odili, State Deputy Governor, Prof Ngozi Odu, and other esteemed guests who came to pay their respects and honor the legacy of Mrs. Adeline Ndalu Jaja.


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