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Nigerians have been cautioned against casting their votes for people without integrity at the forth coming two thousand and nineteen general election.

The Most Reverend Emmanuel Chukwuma, Archbishop of Enugu Province and Bishop of Enugu Diocese stated this during a funeral service for Anambra State Deputy Governor's father-in-law, late Sir Michael Chukwudinma.
While stressing that the future of Nigeria hangs in the balance which may only be determined by the outcome of the general election, Archbishop Chukwuma raised salient points which questions the integrity of the government of the day, including what he described as selective looters list, no visible economic blue print, among many others that has adversely affected Nigeria and it's people.
Archbishop Chukwuma reiterated his interest in the enthronement of good governance, pointing out that what politicians do is to recycle themselves in government positions which is highly poisonous and detrimental, calling on those who are supposed to have retired, to give opportunity to new politicians with better ideologies that will move the Nation forward.
The Cleric, while calling on people, especially the family members, to emulate the life of integrity lived by their late patriarch who was an insurance icon in Nigeria and beyond, lamented the sorry state of reinsurance brokerage in Nigeria, urging for remedial measures.
According to the Deputy Governor, Dr Nkem Okeke, his father in law took his as son and impacted his life with the principles he stands for, appreciating the Anambra State government, friends, families and well wishers for their support.
The wife of the Deputy Governor, Mrs Oby Okeke and the first daughter, as well as the first son of the family, Barrister Emeka Chukwudinma eulogised their father as a man true to his words and standards.
Speaking on behalf of his grand sons, Mr Kenechukwu Okeke said that their grand father's life influenced them so much to attain their present height, praying for eternal repose of his soul.
Among dignitaries that graced the occasion from within and outside the State includes the Speaker of the Anambra State House of Assembly, Barrister Rita Maduagwu, Secretary to the State government, Professor Solo Chukwulonelu, Head of Service, Barrister Harry Udu, former Anambra Governors and Deputy Governors, such as Mr Leo Imoke, Dame Virgy Etiaba, and Chief Emeka Sibudu, serving and former Senators, among whom are Senator Victor Umeh, Senator Uche Ekwunife, political figures across party divides, among others.
Thanksgiving, prayer for the family including songs rendition by the choir, among others, featured at the service.

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