NEWS:Deputy Governor Mourns Late Mama Hellen George Said her Simplicity and good works will forever be Cherished.
By: Yusuf Umar
The Deputy Governor Chief Crowther Seth who was speaking at her funeral service held at the LCCN number one Cathedral Numan prayed God to Grant her eternal rest. While at the funeral service, he comforted the breaved family over the demise of their mother, regretting that her services will be greatly missed.
He however, thanked God for her life which he said was well spent, encouraging the immediate family to emulate and sustain her virtues.
Eulogizing late Mama Hellen George, Chief Seth also urged the faithfuls to mend their ways, hold unto God, live in peace and unity, for the body of Christ is one. Saying no one can question God for his decision to give and take life at his own appointed time, he prayed God's grace upon the family to bear the great loss, reiterating that death awaits every mortal.
The preacher, Reverend Timothy Yunis centered his message on "Witness on the righteous", admonishing the congregation to set their heart on God and be brothers keeper.
Taking scriptural reading from Ezekiel chapter Nine verses four to six, he urged Christians to repent from their short comings, emphasizing that death has no power over the righteous.
Late Mama Hellen George was born on eight November, 1950 and died on thirteenth January, 2022.
She left behind two children, four grandchildren, one great grandchild and eight siblings.
Meanwhile, Deputy Governor Chief Crowther Seth accompanied by other government functionaries also condoled with the family of late Dean Reverend Pwanangba Jediton Dumtodei, urging them to take solace in God.
In his condolence message at the funeral service of the deceased at LCCN Demsa one, he expressed the need for Christians to re-dedicate themselves to the service of God while still alive.
The deputy governor paid his last respect, encouraging the living to love one another, and live in unity, peace and harmony.
Aged fifty eight, late Dean Reverend Pwanangba Jediton Dumtodei was born in 1963 and died on 15th January, 2022.