Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Alumni Of FGC Warri Raise Funds For Late Efere Ozako's Family and Burial Rites
Efere was an alumni of FGC Warri and friends of this great man are trying to do a noble thing by raising funds for his burial rites, Newspaper ads and the family he left behind. He was not a poor man by any means neither are they begging, but because he touched many lives including mine, everyone needs to come on board. Alumni of the school or not, please contribute generously. Read the letter written by the commitee as you continue:
Last week, we lost our dear Barr. Efere Ozako who was of the Class of 1981 in tragic and unfortunate circumstances. Efere left behind a young family, an aged mum and several siblings some of whom attended FGC Warri at different times.
To help the family out, the Class of FGC Warri 1981 Set under the auspices of FEGOCOWOSA Lagos Branch is putting together a fund towards the burial of Efere Ozako and have fixed a MINIMUM sum of N20,000 (Twenty thousand Naira) as minimum contribution for members of the 1981 set ONLY (Please give more if you can). The Fund is a contribution towards Efere’s burial rites, Newspaper advert and a contribution to his widow and children.
Please note that contributions to the Efere Ozako Burial Fund is not restricted to Class of 1981. For other members of FEGOCOWOSA, please do give generously to the Efere Ozako Burial fund as the spirit leads you.
Please send in your contributions on or before Tuesday 30th April 2013.Barr. Adeniji Kazeem has been mandated to collect the contributions on behalf of the 1981 Set. Payment can be made to the following accounts which are all current accounts (kindly reference “EFERE BURIAL CONTRIBUTION” to assist tracking):∙ Adeniji Kazeem GTB 0008476141
∙ Adeniji Kazeem First Bank 2007844467
∙ Adeniji Kazeem UBA 1015580550 For those in the Diaspora willing to contribute, please request for the account details to pay in your contribution and the appropriate account details will be supplied to you on request.
Please do not hesitate to contact Adeniji Kazeem, Maureen Awobokun or Festus Dike for any clarification. For those wishing to visit his family outside of any formal visit by members of the Lagos Branch, please contact me for the house address.
Please pass on this message to any members of the
FEGOCOWOSA 1981 Set.
We shall endeavour to circulate the burial details as soon as its released by the Family.
May the soul of Efere Ozako and others rest in peace. Amen.
Odion W. Omonfoman
Lagos Branch Junior Boy (a.k.a Chairman)
Posted by Rita Egwu at 01:48