Homage to Rev. Father Ezeonu (2)

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Solomon Okimo: “I remember how he took care of many people I knew very well, engaged them with skills and settled them into great families they have become today…Happy Birthday to Padre…May humanity last forever.”

Uchenna Muoneke: “As a kid I know him. As a mass server then, I served in his First Mass in Oraeri.  He lived like Fr Tansi. He deserved to be a saint. Pray for us. For you are in heaven with God.”

Chukwu Lawrence: “My friend and mentor, Fr. Ezeonu, I will forever be grateful to God for a great gift of you and also pray for such humane spirit. Continue to rest in the Lord for a job well done and intercede for us. Please, Lord, I pray for a portion of Fr. Raymond’s spiritual power.”

Nwonu Timothy: “May the good Lord see to his speedy beatification. I agree in all that you said here bro. Your testimony of him truly captures what is in our minds.”

Elder Stanley Igwe: “Rev Fr Raymond Ezeonu is far more than human concepts & imagination can go. HE IS A SAINT and he lives on.”

Samuel Aleke Samuel: forever in our heart…continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord…we can’t stop celebrating you, heaven can’t stop celebrating you, my hero, our hero”

Ewa Julius: “I was just telling some young people about this Father Obioma as we fondly called him then. As a mass servant under him in the eighties it was really a nice experience under him. Thank God for him and so proud of him still…”

Ojiakor Ngozi Catherine: “May the good Lord bless you and keep you as you celebrate your birthday today. May he never abandon you in this life and in the next to come. You cleansed his face. He will do so for you. You touched life. He will do so for you. You saved lives so also for you. May his face continue to shine on you my dear father and friend of God and Mother Mary. Remain blessed in the Lord Jesus Christ, Amen.”

Anthony Aluu Ekuma: Ezenze Nwoke Ehugbo!  I was his catechist at St. Peter’s Catholic Church Enohia Itim, Afikpo North, Ebonyi State when he was parish priest. He used to call my bicycle “Jaguar”. He taught me nothingness of life. May his soul continue to rest in peace through Christ our Lord.”

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