Enugu State Governor Sullivan Chime has commiserated with frontline politician and Publisher of
Champion Newspapers Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, over the loss of his
wife Lady Eudora Iwuanyanwu, who died recently in a London Hospital.
Chime’s condolence message signed by his Chief Press
Secretary, Chukwudi Achife, described the late Mrs Iwuanyanwu as a
and a humble woman who devoted her life to the service of people in her society.
He said the deceased while alive, served as a pillar of support
to her husband Chief Iwuanyanwu as he went about his various activities in the
service of the nation
Chime regretted that the demise of lady came at a time when the
country needed women of such valuable potentials to help her leaders bring
about the much needed transformation of the society.
He further lamented that her death has created a big vacuum in
the Iwuanyanwu’s family more especially in the life of Chief Emmanuel
Iwuanyanwu whom he described as a political icon and pillar among his people.
Praying for the repose of the deceased’s soul the Governor urged
the Media mogul to bear the irreparable loss with fortitude and to be consoled
by the fact his wife lived a fulfilled life while on earth.
The Governor said, “It was with sadness that I received the news
of the death of Lady Eudora Iwuanyanwu wife of our icon and my very good friend,
Chief Emmuanuel Iwuanyanwu in far way United Kingdom. Lady Eudora was certainly
a woman of sterling qualities whose humility, generousity and eagerness to
serve the society, were very well known.
“Nigeria has indeed lost a great woman and I sincerely appreciate
the vacuum her demise has created in her family particularly in the life of her
husband and patriarch of the family, Chief Iwuanyanwu. While praying for the
repose of her soul, I urge Chief Iwuanyanwu and the rest of her survivors to
bear this irreparable loss with fortitude and to be consoled in the
she had lived a fulfilled life while on this mortal plane”.