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Pictures as Nri indigenes in Lagos turned up for wake keep of Mrs Chinwe Ngene

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As the saying goes “Be Your Brothers Keeper”, that’s the state of what is seen today as indigenes of Nri based in Lagos state turned up in numbers to join in the wake keep of one of their own.

The deceased, Mrs Chinwe Josephine Ngene died on the 9th of July after battling with Chronic Kidney Disease and she was buried the next day in Nri; her hometown according to her wish.

Mrs Chinwe Ngene was married to Mr Innocent Ngene from Umunnechi kindred in Agbadani Villlage Nri; Chinasa Gloria as the only surviving child.

Nri men who came out in numbers accompanied by their wives turned up to support the family in mourning for the loss of their wife and mother.

The event was held in Okota in Lagos state.
See pictures below as we pray for the peaceful repose of Mrs Josephine Chinwe Ngene.. Amen.

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Vincent Onyegaegbochi Okoye (born 23rd April) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur and a librarian. Born and raised in a Catholic Family from NRI in anaocha local Government Area of Anambra state, Nigeria, Graduated from Delta state university, Abraka, in the year 2018 where he studied Library and Information Science.

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