By Charity Uwakwe
The sudden death of His Eminence Eze Dr. Bernard Enweremadu, a renowned traditional ruler in Isialangwa North LGA of Abia State has indeed thrown all well-meaning Abians and Nigerians in a state of dilemma.
Chief Henry Ikechukwu Ikoh, a stalwart of the All Progressives Congress, APC has described the sad news as a collosal loss to the entire Nigeria nation.
Chief Ikoh, in his sorrowful state said posterity would always speak about the legacies the deceased had left during his life time.
Ikoh, described Eze Bernard as a First-Class traditional ruler who left notable footprints in the sands of time, as he charged other traditional Rulers in the Igbo nation to emulate his footprints.
“You were indeed a rare King. Your impacts on the Igbo culture and tradition cannot be overemphasized. As a man who made notable impacts on lives, you sure will be greatly missed by the state’s traditional ruler Council and the entire Abia”, he wailed.
Henry Ikoh who reiterated that the demised king was an epitome of culture and tradition of Ngwa land, advised his immediate family to dutifully sustain the legacy.
“Many might say you’re gone but to the Igbo nation, you live in us and with us. We love you but God loves you most. May you find rest in the bosom of our Lord”.