Bethesda Old Students Bid Their Agric Master, Uduarighe Goodbye At Olomoro

Old Students of Bethesda Secondary School, Irri, yesterday stormed Olomoro community in Isoko South to join other dignitaries to give their Agric Master, late Hon Micheal. O Uduarighe a befitting burial.

The late Agric Master, Uduarighe, 85 will be missed by the staff and students that were under his tutelage during his hey days a teacher.

Until his death, he was an honorable member that works in the Judiciary and after his retirement from active service, he went into farming at his home town Olomoro.

Some of the old students that attended the event on behalf of BSS Old Students include, Senior Prince Oke Charles Emaviwe, class of ’96, Grandball Joel, ’97, Godwin Ofremu, ’97,  Adhekoyibo, Oromena, ’97, Owhe Ewoma, ’97, Onogberime Ofejiro, 97, Prince Omamowo Melvin Emaviwe, ’98, Hon Samson Ofremu, ‘2000, Odor Uwomano, and Odoro Esther.

In his appreciation the Prince Oke Emaviwe expressed gratitude to God for the success of the event and those that made it to be possible, your contributions and encouragement is worth emulating. God uses men,  thanks to everyone, God bless you all.  He said.

In their response, The Head Girl of ’97 Evelyn Egbona now (Mrs) lauded the kind gesture of the old students and her Alma mater saying, this representation will strengthen the bound.

She said, There are no words which can adequately express our heartfelt gratitude for your kindness and support to us during my late dad’s burial ceremony.

I, on behalf of my family appreciate your concern and everything you’ve done.

Thanks to Bethesda old students, you’ll always be remembered by the family of Hon Michael Uduarighe.

I am particularly grateful for your presence to honour my late father and the presentation will never be forgotten in a hurry.

Also, Doris Uduarighe, now (Mrs) expressed joy in seeing her school mates, Old students to honour and give her father a befitting burial.

Bethesda Secondary School Old Students in a group photograph with the Children of Agric Master, late Hon M. O Uduarighe at Olomoro

She said, the knowledge which my father impacted in his students as the Agric Master in Bethesda has come bare. We are one family and nothing can separate the bound.

The senior son of the late Agric guru, Temi appreciate the old students led by Senior Oke Emaviwe to honor his late father. We are grateful for the presentation and your presence.


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