Ivara Esu, Sarki Hausa Ogoja, Others Visit DonClemz Enamhe Over Mother’s Demise

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By Ushang Ewa

Cross River Deputy Governor, Professor Ivara Esu (L) and DonClemz Enamhe (R) at the Enamhe’s country home in Bekwarra

The Igoli, Ogoja residence of DonClemz Enamhe, the Special Adviser to Cross River Governor, Senator Ben Ayade on Branding and Communication,  has been a beehive of activities with associates paying condolence visits over the demise of his mother, Theresa Enamhe.

Notable among these visits is that of Cross River Deputy Governor, Professor Ivara Esu, who in the company of the Sarki Hausa of Ogoja, Alhaji Yakubu Adamu visited last Monday after concluding a tour of some communities in the state where he held consultations concerning the proposed 260 kilometers superhighway of the current administration.

Professor Esu was received by DonClemz and his brother, Barrister Mark Enamhe at their country home where he sympathized with them over their mother’s demise and urged them to take solace in the fact that she is in a better place.

The Special Adviser on Technical Matters, Eric Akpo, the Chairman of the Cross River State Infrastructure Company Limited, Infracross, Chief Eugene Ake were also part of Professor Esu’s entourage.

Also, the Commissioner for Youths and Sports Development, Asu Okang led a delegation of appointees to the Enamhe’s country home last week where he said the late Theresa’s legacy lives through her children.

Several tributes have been pouring in on social media with student unionists especially taking time to extol the virtues of late Mrs. Enamhe whom they say will live on due to the way she brought up her children.

More dignitaries paying condolence visits to the Enamhe’s
DonClemz Enamhe (5R) and other dignitaries at his country home.
Former Works Commissioner, Prince Joe Aras Abue, former state legislator, Barrister Marc Enamhe, Cross River Deputy Governor, Prof. Ivara Ejemot and DonClemz Enamhe at the Enamhe’s residence in Igoli, Ogoja
Cross River Deputy Governor, Professor Ivara Esu (R) and Sarki Hausa Ogoja, Alhaji Yakubu Adamu (L) at the country home of the Enamhe’s
From L-R; Chief Eugene Ake, DonClemz Enamhe, a family member and Eric Akpo during the condolence visit to the Enamhe’s over the demise of their mother

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