Gbinije Loses Mother, Says My mother Lived A Fulfilled Life

….As Obule, Omene, Pemu, Adibor, Opubor Others Pays Condolence


By Stephanie Ikanone Odiete


Former federal lawmaker and a frontline chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Hon. Napoleon Gbinije, has described his late mother, Mrs Agatha Omaweru Gbinije as a woman who lived a fulfilled life.

Mrs Agatha Omaweru Gbinije was 94 years old when he transited on Sunday March 6th, 2022.

However Hon Gbinije while receiving sympathisers who had come to console him described his mother as one woman who would not only will be missed for her motherly love and care but will be missed by many others who has continue look up to her, adding that she was a great woman.

“Mama used every minute of her sojourn on earth well. My mother lived a long, fruitful life that benefited all who were fortunate enough to come into contact with her. Everywhere she went and everything she touched, she left better than she found them.

“Her light consistently shone and the darkness could never comprehend nor extinguish it. God gave women a tremendous creative force and that force lived in my mother until her last day” Gbinije said

Meanwhile following the demise of Mrs Agatha Omaweru Gbinije on Sunday March 6th, 2022, sympathisers has continue to thronged the Warri residence of the son, Hon Napoleon Gbinije, to commiserate with the PDP chieftain in the state.

The Senior Special Assistant on Community development, Hon Festus Pemu, said the passage of Mama was a huge loss, adding that he will miss her, “Mama is a good woman, I will miss her for the motherly advise that I use to receive from her through his son Chief Napoleon Gbinije” the philanthropist and party chieftain said.

Mr John Omene said for mama to have brought up a son like Hon Napoleon Gbinije only shows what she stands for, “she will be greatly missed” he added.

For Chief Charles Obule, a PDP chieftain and industrialist, mama demise has created a great vacuum in the family. “We will miss her” he however wrote “protect your son and the rest of the family until we meet to part no more” in the condolence register.

Chief Aghogho Adibor a.k.a Omiemie described mama as a lovely, peaceful and caring lady. You will be missed grately he added.

Hon Austin Opubor in his message said, Hon Gbinije should take heart, insisting Mama is in the right hand side of the lord “Mama’s exit was painful but we must take heart that she lived a fulfilled life “we pray God to give them the heart to bear the loss” Hon Opubor said.

Comr Edah Collins Ogbimi, who said his relationship with the deceased was through his son, Hon Gbinije, described Mama as a good woman, whose loss will be felt, “he was a mother to us all and we will greatly miss her”.

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