By Binebai Princewill
According to reports reaching the news desk of The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide, the remains of late mama Christiana Ekisah will be laid to rest in Burutu on Friday April 9th 2021.
According to an information containing details of how late mama Christiana Ekisah would be buried, aged 78 signed by the duo of Pst. Joseph Azikiwei Bebe for the family and Cath. Peters Timi Ekisah for the children, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide.
The duo noted that late Christiana Ekisah was born 1943 and died in 2021 (78 years), in their words: “Late Mrs Christiana Ekisah, 1943 -2021 (78), Survived by 6 Children, 26 grand children, 9 great grand children, brothers, sisters and many other relatives. Wednesday 7th of April 2021 4pm, Vigil Mass at St. Anne Catholic Church, Burutu.
“Friday 9th April 2021, 8am Body leaves Ame Specialist Morque for a brief stop over at her husband’s residence, Assesaghabiri Quarters, Ayakoromo via Milla Waterside, Warri.
“9.20am lying in state at her residence, #8 old market road, behind NRC secretariat, Burutu.
“11am funeral Mass at St. Anne Catholic Church Burutu. Internment follows immediately.
“6pm till down, social wake keep.
“Sunday 11th April 2021, 8am, thanksgiving service at St. Anne Catholic Church, Burutu.”
Meanwhile, the family and children had invited friends, well wishers as well as members of the general public to grace the burial of their beloved mother, sister, grand mother and great grand mother, stressing that all arrangements have been concluded towards hosting as many as possible dignitaries that would be gracing the occasion.
Nevertheless, on entertainment, an Ijaw musician, Prince Abraham Dono, popularly known as the Numupere of Isaba Kingdom in Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State would be on ground to thrill dignitaries at Burutu till down.