Cynthia Finally Goes Home as Family Announces ‘Private’ Burial Plan



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The family of Cynthia Osokogu who was murdered in Lagos has announced  October 5th 2012 as the date of her internment.“My Family and I would hopefully lay our dear Sister to rest by the Grace of God on the 5th of October, 2012 in a private family Internment ceremony. You will recall that we had a public service of songs and requiem mass in her honor in both events your support and concern we appreciate” Spokesman of the family, Kenneth Uchechukwu Osokogu said in a press release on Tuesday.

“The Osokogu Family has always been a quiet and private family, My brothers and I would greatly appreciate a quiet internment of only family and close friends”the statement said.

Read the full text of the press release below:

Press release on late Cynthia’s final internment

On Behalf of the Osokogu Family I write to appreciate the Nigerian media and the General Public for their concern, support and care during the disappearance and death of our Daughter and Sister, Cynthia- Valerie Udoka Osokogu. Words alone cannot convey the depth of our gratitude for the role you played in finding her and in the arrest of her suspected murderers.

My Family and I would hopefully lay our dear Sister to rest by the Grace of God on the 5th of October, 2012 in a private family Internment ceremony. You will recall that we had a public service of songs and requiem mass in her honor in both events your support and concern we appreciate.

The Osokogu Family has always been a quiet and private family, My brothers and I would greatly appreciate a quiet internment of only family and close friends.

We understand the Freedom of the Press but we ask that the media and General public respect our wishes for a private internment.

Once more I say Thank you and God bless you. Please accept our deepest and highest regards. God will reward each and every one of you for your efforts, love and concern.

 

Kenneth Uchechukwu Osokogu

For the Family

 

 


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