The Governor was speaking through his deputy Chief Crowther Seth at the funeral service held at the LCCN Cathedral Numan
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri who sympathized with the Laori’s and the entire Numan federation over such a great loss prayed God to grant the bereaved family, the grace to bear the irreparable loss.
He said Adamawa state government under the purposeful leadership of Governor Fintiri share the pain of the bereaved lawmaker, his immediate family and the community, encouraging them to seek comfort in God.
The governor advised the living to imbibe the spirit of forgiveness and rededicate themselves to the service of God as one knows the day nor the hour of his death
He maintained that the departed soul has played her own part as a committed and dedicated Christian, a humanitarian per excellence as she devoted much of her life serving God and humanity.
In his sermon, Dean Reverend Esthon Nzolanigyi reminded the living to come closer to God while still alive, noting that every mortal must taste death.
Other sympathisers testified that during her life time, Late Mama was a hardworking mother whose broad arms and shoulders has nurtured many to greatness, stressing that she will be remembered for her peace loving and care for the needy among other good qualities.
Late Mama Mildred Ibrahim was born on 15th December, 1945 and died on 12 April, 2021.
She is survived by three children prominent among whom is the member representing Demsa,Numan and Lamurde at the House of Representatives Kwamati Laori,eleven grand children, brothers and sisters.