Jarigbe Agom’s Mother, Priscilla Agbo To Be Buried May 31

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By Obeten Godfrey

Late Mrs. Priscilla Agbo Jarigbe, mother of Federal lawmaker, Hon. Jarigbe Agom, is set to make her final journey home.

Mrs. Priscilla, aged 77 passed on a fortnight ago and will be laid to rest later this month.

From the funeral programme obtained by CrossRiverWatch, the funeral ceremony holds as follows:

Thursday: 30th May, 2019:
Virgil Mass at Holy Spirit Catholic Church,
Abuochiche, Bekwara LGA, Cross River State. Time: 4pm.

Friday: 31st May, 2019:
Funeral Mass at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Abuochiche, Bekwara LGA, Cross River State. Time: 10am.

Interment follows immediately at the Family’s compound.

Late Mrs. Priscilla Agbo is survived by Hon. Jarigbe Agom, member representing Ogoja/Yala Federal constituency in the House of Representatives, Justice Maurice Eneji amongst others.

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