Late Mrs. Georgina Okoli Set To Be Committed To Mother Earth

In Breaking News, Education

By Patrick Obia

The remains of late Dr. Georgina Ekama Okoli, who was called to yonder on June 12, 2020 after a brief illness is set to lay to rest in her home town, Ukpah, Bekwarra Local Government Area of Cross River State.

Burial arrangements as disclosed by the family sees the opening of praise House at Pastor Okoli’s residence, Chillion School road, Malabor Extension, Ikot Eno-Obong, 8 Miles, Calabar. Service of songs continue on Thursday, 16 July, 2020 at same venue.

Friday 17 July, 2020, body leaves University of Calabar Teaching Hospital mortuary to Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel) State Headquarters, for farewell and commendation service while her body leave Pastor Okoli’s residence for Christian all night wake keep in Ukpah, Bekwarra Local Government.

She will be committed to mother Earth in her home town Ukpah, Bekwarra LGA, on Saturday, 18 July, 2020 in line with COVID-19 set guidelines, says a family source.

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