Adieu, Great One: Tribute to D. O. C. Ezeigwe 

I traveled with the Enugu Branch Hummer Bus in 2015 I believe, to the Sokoto NEC meeting. I joined the Bus from my Chamber/Office in Obollo Afor where I was picked up by the Leadership of Enugu Bar.

My “Friday Man” Arthur Elvis was there (became EBF Guv later). The Chairman of Enugu Branch then was H. O. Eya, now his Lordship. He was in-charge and he provided and ignited the required conviviality for the journey.

Chief DOC Ezeigwe was the ” Garrison Commander.” He beckoned on God before the commencement of the journey to lead us to and fro without any difficulty. And so it was, for God was with us.

And so it was that we traversed the length and breadth of the Northwest, from Abuja to Zaria, Funtua to Gusua to Zamfara to Sokoto, no unsavoury incident. A journey to remember.

Chief DOC Ezeigwe has a kind word for everyone. He was not created with bile. A NEC to remember.

Dr. Gerald Abonyi.

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