MY HUSBAND SUNDAY UFAH DIED A HERO Widow
As She Calls On The State Government To Come To Her Aid
The widow of the Physics teacher of Alihame Mixed Secondary School, Agbor, who is a mother of four, Mrs. Christiana Ngozi Ufah, has lamented the untimely death of her husband, late Comrade Sunday Onyeisi Ufah, who died Wednesday October 18th, 2023, after an attack by a parent, calling on the Delta Government, Non-Governmental-Organizations and well-meaning individuals to come to her aid.
Mrs. Ufah, in a chat with our correspondent, noted that her husband was a dedicated teacher and a Christian whom she said never took his job for granted and had always ensured that the right things were done, stressing that her husband died a hero.
She said, the death of her husband is a shock she is trying to recover from, maintaining that the will of God will prevail.
“When I received the call, I could not move because my husband left home that fateful Wednesday morning hale and hearty.
“I got to the hospital, I was not allowed to go in and see my husband. I went to the Church, prayed and asked God to spare the life of His servant, for my husband sacrificed a lot to the service of humanity.
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” He was my teacher, mentor and coordinator, who was diligent to his duties, always punctual to church, school and any function he was to attend.
“His favorite Bible Scriptures were” Ecclesiastes 9:10, which encourages us to use our God given knowledge and talents judiciously, for knowledge and talents cannot be used while in the grave.
“Proverbs 22:1; A good name is better than richest and verse 29 of the same chapter, which says, a man who is diligent in his duties shall stand before kings. Those chapters and verses, my husband never joked with
“In all, I give glorify God. For his plans are different from ours and I know He will not forsake me,” Mrs Ufah said.
Continuing she, called on the Delta state Government led by Elder Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, Non-Governmental Organisations, spirited bodies and well-meaning individuals to come to her aid, lamenting that their children are still very tender.