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Monday, June 10, 2019
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TRIBUTE TO MY BELOVED SISTER BARRISTER EUGENIA, CHINWENDU EZE NCE, B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc, LL.B (Hons); B.L

o one wishes you a good night at noon or a good night during a broad day light, except for the unusual, such as has happened.

I hate to recall the day that brought the news of your death plus all the odds that followed it - unacceptable!

Then I said, it's all over. Over at last! No more counting of time, No crying of pain. It's all counted! Done! Finished! That was the response to the words uttered last "I am going!"

So my sister, this is the reality we must accept. Only for the records? But much more for the great promises you've gone to fulfill. God's Word speaks with certainty to those who believe that where you have gone to is better. Better than the best we can ever get or imagine here.

How then can one better describe what the Scripture says that: Eye has not seen nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things that God has prepared for those who love Him." (I Cor. 2:9). No person wants to ever come back once s/he steps into the joy of the LORD in eternity or whoever comes back in exchange of anything?

Please, my beloved sister, rejoice fully and forever in the permission and presence of our God. You have nothing to miss here OO! Though we call it night for you, I wish you a very good afternoon. Your eternity has no night, (Revelation 22:5).

From your bother,
Prof. Herbert M. Eze, Ph.D.( Double Major)

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