Dec 9, 2021

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I Still Hear My Late Wife’s voice, Feel Her Presence, Nigerian Senate Ex-leader

  • A former chairman of the Senate, Victor Ndoma-Egba, spoke about how much he missed his late wife, Amaka Lauretta Ndoma-Egba
  • Ndoma-Egba announced on Sunday November 21st that his late wife had a strong personality so her legacy still lives on at home
  • Former lawmakers added added that he even hears the voice of the deceased and sometimes feels their presence

Ikom LGA, Cross River – Victor Ndoma- Egba, the former chairman of the Seventh Senate, spoke lovingly about his late wife Amaka Lauretta Ndoma-Egba.

Ndoma-Egba at the funeral service for Amaka in Our – Lady, Queen of Peace Catholic Church Parish in Akparabong, Ikom LGA, Cross River stated that his wife’s legacy still lives on at home while his children follow their lives after their L honor and shape ways, reports The Nation.

The former chairman of the Senate um, who said what he missed most about his wife is her physical presence, which revealed, that he “still hears her voice and feels her presence at home”.

He talks about how his home is managed in the absence of his wife, said Ndoma-Egba: < / p>

“The house is kept clean and organized by the children. They correct themselves by simply telling the other, “Mom won’t like what you did.” Or “Did mom do it that way”?

He added :

“Last year we had two more grandchildren in the family. The school my wife founded in Abuja is still doing well and the population is rising too. “

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In the meantime, Ndoma-Egba opened up after gangsters pillaged his private home as a result of the #EndSARS protest in Calabar, Cross River state.

The house of Ndoma-Egba was one of the apartments of Senators from Cross River that were attacked and destroyed.

October that the intruders who broke into his house looted everything, leaving only the ground exposed.

He went on to say that he had received information outside the country his home would be attacked and security agencies alerted.