Monday 14 May 2012

Day Community Pulse publisher wept; consoled by Gov. Akpabio

Uko Umoh, arguably the most influential newspaper publisher in Akwa Ibom State last week, couldn’t control his emotions as he saw his late mom, Late (Dr.) Lucy Eboh, a university don being lowered in to the great beyond.

But the revered CEO of Community Pulse group of newspapers who is also known as Uko Biafra was however condoled by the executive governor of Akwa Ibom State who visited him two days after the burial to commiserate with the family. brings pictures from the burial and the condolence visit by the multiple award-winning governor. Click read more for view more photos.... 
                                                              THE COMMENDATION SERVICE 

Ex House of Assembly member, Rt. Hon. Usenobong Akpabio (in white)

Former Commissioner for Agriculture in AKS, Prof. Trenchard Ibia (r) eulogizing late Dr. Eboh


Family members

Students of faculty of Agric, UNIUYO


Ex Chairman of Ibesikpo Asutan LGA, Barr. Chris Essien engrossed in reading the burial program

Uko Umoh (middle) with other family members

Former Commissioner for Women Affairs, Prof. Ekaette Etuk (2nd from right)

Late Eboh's son in-law, Justice Edemekong Edemekong

Ex deputy speaker of AKHA, Effiong Thompson

Umoh speaks

One of Late Dr. Eboh's daughters reading her biography

Enroute the graveyard

@ the graveyard

Sand to sand, dust to dust, ashes to ashes

                                   TWO DAYS LATER....THE GOV'S CONDOLENCE VISIT

Uko Umoh walks in the governor

Gov. Akpabio in a handshake with the wife of the publisher, Mrs. Emily Umoh

Gov. Akpabio with Mr. Uko Umoh

Gov. Akpabio condoles the family

Umoh listens with rapt attention to the governor's words of condolence

Umoh thanks the governor

Governor Akpabio signs the condolence register

Commissioner for Information and Communication, Aniekan Umanah watches

Mr. Nsibiet John, Editor-in-Chief of Community Pulse in a handshake with Gov. Akpabio

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