Managing Stress in a Distressed Economy: Issues of concern at the EPF Memorial Lectures in Honour of Late Ehijele Akpomon!
Ewu 18th September 2021
In honour of the memory of one of it’s most productive members now deceased Mr Ehijiemagbon Akponmo Okoebor, who passed on to glory last year at the age of 44, the Ewu Progress Foundation (EPF) yesterday organised a memorial lectures to reflect on his life and times.
The outcome of the revealing memorial lectures was made available to Radio Esan after the programme.
Accordingly, the lead speaker, Pharm Jonathan Emuhi, an Inlaw of late Ehijiele, went down memory lane harping on the impactful life and times of Mr Ehijele who according to him lived a life of service to his people and humanity.
According to Pharm Emuhi, Late Ehijele Okoebor was the person who brought him to EPF Organization. “He is a man that can be relied on any time, any day. No matter when you call on him, he will respond and proffer solution to whatever you want from him”.
Pharm Emuhi stated that his untimely death is a personal loss to him and he will forever pray that his soul find peace in the bosom of the most high.
Until his death, Ehijele Akpomon was the chairman of EPF Market Women Empowerment Scheme, a committee that oversaw the management of an interest free rotating loans scheme for market women in Ewu. He was a committed community developer, astute humanitarian and a lover of Ewu and Esan development.
The Ewu Progress Foundation deeply miss Ehijele Akpomon and will forever wish him eternal rest and keep his memory alive.
Attached with this news story is the audio excerpt of the memorial lectures as delivered by Pharm Jonathan Emuhi at the enlarged platform of Ewu Progress Foundation.