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Chief Akaninwo Eulogies Late Brother – As Peacemaker

Chief Livingstone Akaninwo has described his late brother, Mr. Hypoint Ekwutosim Akaninwo as God fearing, honest, caring and a peace maker.
Chief Akaniwno dropped the hint during the burial ceremony of his late brother, Mr. Hypoint Akaninwo, at their family house at Oroazi community, Obio/Akpor local government area, Port Harcourt.
Chief Akaninwo said his elder brother lived an exemplary life while on earth.
Though his brilliant brother could not enjoy all that he laboured for, he was intelligent, humble and peace loving, chief Livingstone said.
It would be recalled that late Mr. Hypoint Akaninwo was born on Saturday, March 9, 1959, to Elder G. A. Akaninwo and late Mrs. Salome N. Akaninwo and was the first child of the parents.
As a brilliant person, after his primary education he attended the county Grammar school Ikwerre Etche and was very outstanding, which made him to join the federal government college Port Harcourt. He later pursued a graduate programme at the University of Jos. He was a successful management administrator who could not benefit from his educational advancement due to sudden illness which he did recover from till death. Late Hypoint Akaninwo was a writer of repute and was very eloquent.
Earlier, one of the officiating ministers of Jesus Chosen Army Church International, Oroasi, Rumueme, Port Harcourt, Apostle Dr. Prince A. Ekiye said Late Mr. Hypoint Akaninwo was a man of God.
Dr. Ekiye said since human beings do not know the appointed time to die, it is imperative that while on earth man should obey God’s commandment and his word.
The man of God admonished Christians who think the world is the end of their journey that death is rather the begging of man’s spiritual journey and all those who hope in God will be called upon to give account of him or herself while on earth.
The first bible reading was taken from 1st Thessalonia 4:13-18, while the second bible reading was taken from Revelation 20:1-6.
There were congregational Hymns, prayer for the family, reading of biography and short speeches by relations.
Other highlights of the event was tribute from brothers, uncles and cousins and the children.
He is survived by four children and the wife, Mrs. Oyiweren Hypoint Akaninwo. ###

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