By Erere Prospert
It was amidst tears and tributes as Prince Omote Emmanuel buried his Mother-inlaw, Mrs. Recheal Joseph Aladhe Umah at Olomoro, Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State.
Her remains which was recieved by Pastors and members of the Nigeria Baptist Convention was committed to mother amidst tributes and tears at her residence in Olomoro after a brief church services.
The ceremony attracted dignitaries from around globe was beheeve of activities as Special Assistant to the Delta State Governor on Security Matters, Youth and Community Development, Olorogun Samuel Oghotomo and Prince Sony Jifas Ogbon were in attendance.
In his tribute to the late Mrs Racheal Joseph Aladhe Umah, Omote who could not control his emotions described her as a woman of virtue whose footprints would be difficult to find and filled.
“We cannot ask God why but i felt it was too early for you to give us this rude shock of your demise, though we know that you are in the bossom of the Lord watching and praying for us.
I am particularly sad to have seen you for the last time on this earth, because since our part meet, your role in our lives cannot be erased.
“I also glad to see that, you spent your life well, died on the feet of almighty God and you are resting in peace in his bossom and the resurrection day we shall meet again in the blaze of God’s glory. Rest on great mother. He said.
On his part, Olorogun Samuel Oghotomo in his tribute to Omote said, Mama died when the entire people of Olomoro, Isoko nation, Delta needed her services more. She was a woman i never meet her while alive but from stories and the tribute pouring in like rain, it show that she was was a good personality and and pray God to grant the immediate family the grace to bear the terrible blow.”