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

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

  • A former leader of the Senate, Victor Ndoma-Egba, has spoken on how well he misses his late wife, Amaka Lauretta Ndoma-Egba
  • Ndoma-Egba on Sunday, November 21, disclosed that his late wife had a strong personality to the point that her legacy still lives on at home
  • The former lawmaker added that he even hears the voice of the deceased and feels her presence sometimes

Ikom LGA, Cross River - Victor Ndoma-Egba, the former leader of the seventh Senate, has spoken lovingly about his late wife, Amaka Lauretta Ndoma-Egba.

Ndoma-Egba at the memorial service for Amaka held in Our-Lady, Queen of Peace Catholic Church Parish in Akparabong, Ikom LGA, Cross River, stated the legacy of his wife still lives on at home as his children tailor their lives according to her teachings and ways, The Nation reports.

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The former Senate leader who said what he missed most about his wife is her physical presence disclosed that he "still hears her voice and feel her presence at home”.

Victor Ndoma-Egba and wife
Ndoma-Egba said he misses his wife a lot (Photo: The Nation)
Source: UGC

Speaking on how his home is managed in the absence of his wife, Ndoma-Egba said:

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“The house is kept clean and organized by the children. They correct themselves by simply telling the other, ‘Mummy will not like what you did.’ Or ‘is that how mummy did it’?

He added:

“Over the last one year, we have had two additional grandchildren in the family. The school my wife established in Abuja is still doing well and the population is rising as well."

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Meanwhile, Ndoma-Egba had opened up following the looting of his private residence by hoodlums as a fallout of the #EndSARS protest in Calabar, Cross River state.

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Ndoma-Egba’s home was among the residences of senators from Cross River that were attacked and vandalized.

The former Senate leader in a statement on Wednesday, October 28, explained that the intruders who broke into his house looted everything leaving only the floor bare.

He went on to note that he got information while out of the country that his residence was going to be attacked and alerted security agencies.

Source: Legit

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