Let the memory of Bridget be with us forever
  • 63 years old
  • Born on January 15, 1953 .
  • Passed away on April 29, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dr Bridget Nwanne Morenike Birabi, 63 years old, born on January 15, 1953 and passed away on April 29, 2016. She was the first female president of the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (2004-2008). We will remember her forever for the dynamic leadership and direction she provided for the profession of Physiotherapy in Nigeria and beyond. 

Dr Bridget Nwanne Morenike Birabi was born in Ile-ife, Osun State on January 15,1953 to the Okonkwo family of Asaba, Delta state and Ojutiku family of Ile-ife, Osun state. She began her educational journey at Convent School, Sapele and later attended Marymount Catholic College , Agbor, Delta State for her secondary education. She attended the Federal School of Science, Lagos for her A-levels soon after she was admitted into the Bsc Physiotherapy Program at the prestigious University of Ibadan where she graduated with Honours in 1977. 


She went further to bag a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology at the same University in 1987. Dr Birabi was very passionate about continuous self and professional development and has attended numerous courses and conferences regionally and internationally. She has a postgraduate certificate in Health Planning and Management at the University of Ilorin in 1991 and attained an additional Phd Degree in Exercise Physiology at the University of Ibadan. She was a seasoned  professional and was HOD General Hospital, Portharcourt in 1983 and rose through the ranks at the University of Portharcourt Teaching Hospital between 1983-1994.  She voluntarily retired from service in 1994 and has served as consultant/visiting lecturer to numerous physiotherapy facilities and training schools including University of Maiduguri and University of Nigeria. She set up her private practice EZELTHERAPY in Portharcourt to cater for the needs of the populace. She has always dedicated her life to service and served as board member of Rivers State Hospitals Management Board, Medical Rehabilitation Therapist Board, World Confederation of Physical Therapy Pre and Post Congress, Review Committee, WCPT Awards Committee etc. She served as the first female President of the Nigeria Society from 2004-2008 and achieved landmark projects and visibility for the profession.

She was a member of an array of professional organizations including the Health and Care Professional Council in UK, Internationals Council for Health Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, USA, World Confederation for Physical Therapy. She is an educator and researcher with numerous award winning publications in peer reviewed journals and papers presented at national and international conferences. She was a fellow of the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy. She has also received numerous awards for meritorious service and excellence. She is multi-lingual and speaks Ibo, Yoruba and English very fluently. She is a devout Christian, a loving wife to her husband Senator Dr Bennett Birabi, a devoted mother to her three sons Naakuu, Dimieari and Meesuan and a caring grandmother.

 

Posted by Ada Wikina on 29th April 2018
Nwanne, it has been two years since you went to be with Jesus. I take solace in the fact that one day we shall meet in His presence to part no more. Continue to rest in the Lord.
Posted by Victor Dania on 29th April 2018
The memory lingers on. Her commitment to the things of the Lord and support of the Church were exemplary. And all crowned by the gentle smile and mien. May her soul continue to rest with the Lord.
Posted by Samuel Uzoechi on 15th January 2018
Dear Dr. Biriba, you were an epitome of good character. You will be forever in my heart.
Posted by Ngozi Monye on 15th January 2018
Today would have been another birthday of yours.... you are always remembered fondly each passing day
Posted by Akinniranye Olufunmilola on 15th January 2018
Rest on my role model and mentor. It's your 65th posthumous birthday today, would have been so nice to tell you am an auntie again today 15/01/2018 and many other things. I miss you so much, you were all in one; PH mom, boss, mentor, role model, adviser.... By the way thanks for that push i recently wrote my last paper in PG school.
Posted by Ummukulthoum Bakare on 15th January 2018
Dear Aunty Bridget A lil note to remember you on this day Not just because you are one I can forget For there is still a lot I wish to say We know you are in a heavenly space Even though we would want you here still But you are with all the goodwill and God's grace And your strong presence we still feel There is so much I need to tell you Many of which we spoken of in between In most of the things that I have gotten to do Your conviction of where I should have been I am stronger because of your faith I am wiser because of your zeal Moving forward to pursue the path of fate With the good Lord's divine seal Thank you so much for all you have been I am glad you are a part of my life To always make the grass feel green Till we meet again in the afterlife @Bakare Ummukulthoum 15/01/2018
Posted by Amechi Uche on 15th January 2018
Oh it's just like yesterday, when you grace this wicked and sinful world. when your hands touched the lives of people and granted them that wonderful smile on their face even with their pain ridden soul, when you look forward to a rest in eternity with your maker. Oh time had stood still this long for you. May you continue to rest in the bosom of your maker.
Posted by Emmanuel Afonne Ekpemu on 15th January 2018
Today marks the day of your birth in planet earth. You came and conquered. Heaven is happy with your legacies. Continue to rest in the bossom of yaweh. Indeed, forever missed.
Posted by Samuel Uzoechi on 9th January 2018
I have tried several months to reach her by phone and email but to no avail. I contacted the leadership of the Nigerian Society of Physiotherapy and inquired about her. Three days later, they replied and said "I am sorry to announce to you that she passed on to glory" what a world. This woman was very instrumental in my education. Dr. Birabi paid my tuition fee for a year at FUTO. Contributed to my flight ticket to go study abroad. Dr. Birabi was like a mother to me. The stories that brought us together is a very long one. RIP Mama.
Posted by Adesola Odole on 30th April 2017
As the beloved of God (Ayanfe Olodumare), I am assured that Dr Birabi is resting, free from all earthly sorrows. The memory of the just is sweet. She stood up for righteousness. It is well.
Posted by Umo Udom on 29th April 2017
It's a year since Bridget departed from this world. We all miss her but her life left a lasting impression in everyone who came in contact with her. May her gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Ummukulthoum Bakare on 29th April 2017
To my dear loving Aunty Bridget Here are a few things I would like to say For you are someone I cannot forget And I will always remember you in every way I can't believe it is already a year When the cycle of life stopped to turn Confirming my greatest and worst fear And all we could do was grief and mourn You were someone so full of life Making your mark as you journeyed on But our pain of losing you is still as sharp as a knife Because with us you will always belong Life full of its ups and downs For what we seek we may not see But you always know how to make smiles from frowns And encourage us to pursue who we want to be You were a loving wife, aunt and mother Always ready to give a hug or helping hand Sharing your love and warmth like none other And where necessary you take a firm stand A lot had happened since you have been gone And we can all still feel you near As your presence is like the rising of the sun Like the grace of the almighty that is always there Even though we love and miss you still Thank you for being our sunshine after the rain We take solace and refuge in God's will Till we all meet and reunite again Continue to rest in the almighty's bosom above May eternal life be bestowed upon you Your aura and ambience be filled with love As well as His mercies and grace too Bakare Ummukulthoum
Posted by Emmanuel Afonne Ekpemu on 16th January 2017
Life without Jesus is completely empty. Thank you precious Lord for the life of our mother " Mummy Birabi," she fought a good fight, she finished her course, and indeed she kept the faith. We cherish your legacies and will forever hold them in high esteem. Continue to fellowship with the saints in the beautiful land where we never grow old. May the Lord Jesus Christ honor you with beautiful robes and shining crown filled with heavenly stars. Thank you for touching lives, heaven will forever celebrate you.
Posted by Ummukulthoum Bakare on 15th January 2017
My dearest beloved Aunty Bridget Still very surreal to know you are gone Ours memories together I will never forget Or the grief so far I have borne If I could have one wish come true Just to see you and hear you again I would not hesitate or ponder to Maybe it might help me ease the pain It's been like ages gone by Since you left us here for a heavenly place And as much as we want to question why We can only imagine your lovely face There is so alot left unsaid And I wish so much that you can see How your counsel and wisdom has helped me in my stead And I am getting close to where I ought to be It still hurts just like yesterday When the sad news broke that fateful night And as much as I wanted and wished you stay You fought a brave battle with all your might Thank you so much for all that you have done Before the time to go finally came For your love and courage is second to none And the world will continue to remember your name. I am consoled by the good and exemplary life you lived Affecting humanity mind, body and soul For your legacy and warmth will not be outlived In your sojourn on earth as a whole Bakare Ummukulthoum 15/01/2017
Posted by Ada Wikina on 15th January 2017
Happy 1st birthday in heaven Nwanne. Unbelievable, but yet it's true. You are no longer with us. Kachifo.
Posted by Olufunmilola Akinniranye on 15th January 2017
My great mentor, it's your 1st birthday in heaven. I know you are there: that place of peace, joy with no sorrow. Rest on mama, till we see at the last day. Missing you.
Posted by Nimiworio Beredugo on 19th September 2016
Aunty,Rest in peace, Your friend followed your lead and passed on 3 weeks after you. I know you are both laughing together in his bosom and mummy is in good company with you. You are missed. May God grant your loved ones the grace to bear your loss.
Posted by Homa Weli Numbere on 25th May 2016
Thank you for teaching us as children at Chapel of Ascension years ago. God won't forget your labour of love. Rest in peace.
Posted by Olubunmi Allen on 23rd May 2016
Aunty Bridget, still can't believe you're gone. You and Uncle Ben are the only ones who call me 'Aunty Bunmi' from my childhood for reasons I don't know. You were an inspiration in every way. We know you have gone to a much better place and our joy is that we had the privilege of knowing you. I thank God for a life well lived and all the lives you touched. Your legacy lives on and you will be forever missed. Goodnight dear Aunty.
Posted by Jumoke Olumewo on 21st May 2016
The news of your passing on to glory came as a shock. But comforted with the fact that it is not how long but how well!. I met you through my sister and brother Nike & Femi Kehinde, my impression of that meeting was, what a pleasant and loving fellow! May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. May the Lord comfort the entire family. Good night. Mrs Jumoke Olumewo
Posted by Nike Kehinde on 20th May 2016
Auntie as we fondly called her was a warm and accommodating personality. She welcomed Femi and I as her younger siblings with outstretched arms. Throughout our sojourn in PH and thereafter, we had a home at her place in GRA. Her depth of love and wisdom increased when she met the Lord. Auntie, it is shocking that you are gone so soon. But I realize that it is not how long but how well and God knows best. You have gone home to rest. You touched several lives and you loved God. May God comfort comfort uncle B, Naaku, Dimeari, Meesuan and the rest of the family. Adieu till we meet to part no more. Femi & Nike Kehinde
Posted by B.M WIFA, OFR, SAN on 20th May 2016
A Teacher of Teachers is gone. You left a legacy and footprints on the sands. Farewell the golden icon, a mother, a grandmother and a friend, may God comfort the families you have left behind. The greatest legacy one can pass on to one's children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one's life, but rather a legacy of character and faith and these and many more we have seen in you. We will forever miss you, may your gentle soul continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty God. Amen.
Posted by Ada Wikina on 20th May 2016
Nwanne, as you start your final journey to Ogoni land today, I just weep. This was not the plan. As 'expatriate ' wives, we were supposed to hang in there for a very long time. But our God has other plans. I shall miss your wise words. You were indeed an icon and a very bright light in Bennet's life. Doraa woo. Je nke oma.
Posted by Benedicta Njokanma on 20th May 2016
The news of the death of Dr Bridget Birabi-past president of the Nigerian Society of Physiotherapy-which occurred on the 29th of April 2016 came as a rude shock to Physiotherapits at National Orthopaedic Hospital,Igbobi and to physiotherapists all over Nigeria. It is uncontestable that her tenure as president of Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy midwife the renaissance of Physiotherapyp profession in Nigeria.Pre and post her stewardship,she was a mother figure,a mentor and a motivator.In the course of our engagement with her,all can testify to her forthrightedness,passion to take the younger ones under her wings and uncommon commitment to the course of our profession in Nigeria and beyond. We deeply mourn a woman of many parts-a seasoned clinician,a distinguished professional,a great archived and a mother figure. Dr Birabi will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. Adieu.
Posted by Christina Jimenez on 18th May 2016
To everyone who she loves and cares about dont cry don't be sad for now where she is at she can finally open up her big beautiful wings.. Mrs. Bridget would not want even one to be sad for she always had a smile on her face.. I was able to meet her because of my son her grandson who she truly loved and he loves her.. She is not here in body but she is here in spirit looking down with her bright smile wishing everyone to stop crying on her behalf and start remember the best part of life with her and smile..... Look up to the star when your sad and the first bright star you see is her looking down and when your walking or running anything and if as if the wind is holding you that is her with her wings... Mrs.Bridget was and will always be a great person and I will make sure my son never forgets her and that her memory and love will live on in him... Have fun up there .... Say hi to everyone on all our parts down here..... Smile..... Santino (Tambari) Mom
Posted by Christina Jimenez on 18th May 2016
Hi Grandmother how are you I know you are not with us anymore but I wanted to say that I love and miss you... Even tho we did not get to spend enough time with each other I will for ever hold you deeply with in my heart... Love your grandson Santino (Tambari)
Posted by Obioma Liyel-Imoke on 18th May 2016
To Ben, Naakuu, Dimieari and Meesua, Words cannot describe the sorrow in our hearts when we heart of Dr. B's passing. Such an accomplished lady! Always so pleasant each time we met. I know that she rests in the bossom of the good Lord whom she served with all dedication. Accept our sincere condolences and we pray rhe Lord grants her soul eternal rest. Liyel & Obioma Imoke
Posted by Albert Ikhalo on 17th May 2016
Dear Ma, the news of your demise was a rude shock to me which I'm yet to fully recover from. I will forever miss your cheerful smile. May your gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Birabi Victoria on 15th May 2016
We had a wonderful mother,one who never really grew old, mummy's heart was made of solid gold. Up till now I still find it difficult to believe you are gone. I miss your advice, I miss your much concern towards me. You always called to no how I was doing. I can't help it but to cry each time I think of you. You were a teacher to many but a mother to all,... keep resting with our creator, you will forever be remembered in our hearts ...mummy I miss you but still can't question God...
Posted by Ann Dunkley on 13th May 2016
dr bridget morenike leaves a beautiful legacy of love, warmth, honesty and a belief in god. she is alive in a different way -in spirit- where we will all eventually meet up as older much wiser friends and family. aunt morenike is a rare gift that i wish i had the opportunity to know more in the physical realm. i am quite sure though that she is with us nonetheless and this i find encouraging -we will be together as happy angels when we are called. i pray that god will give strength, support, hope to her immediate family sons and husband and all those that knew her
Posted by Moni Gasper on 10th May 2016
Dear Dr Birabi, You were most instrumental in getting our father back on his feet last year. We never got the chance to say thank you in person , and now this !!! Rest in peace and may the Lord give your family the strength to carry on . On behalf of the family of Alabo (Dr) Charles I.T. Wokoma
Posted by Christiana Ngbogbara on 8th May 2016
Nwanne Birabi you were a friend, a sister, a mother, a mentor. You loved, embraced, showed love, and were a reconciliator to all. Most of all you were a daughter of a King. Nwanne you were a prayer warrior who loved God so much. You prayed always and at all time. You were an intercessor for all. Nwanne you carried the cross of Jesus all the days of your life. Jesus was your constant companion. His name never departed from your lips, you were a true disciple of Jesus. Nwanne you're a gem that God blessed the Birabi family and Yeghe people with. Nwanne your presence was felt all over my village, my community, my state, my country, and all over the world. In my entire life I have not seen or heard anyone speak evil or bad about you, that's how loveable you were. Nwanne, your great attributes and love for others will always remain in our hearts until we see you again at the throne of grace. One more request Nwanne, as you be with the Lord, remember not to stop praying for your people, your loved ones, your community. That's what you always did. On April 29, 2016 a precious gem, the daughter of a King, went home to be with the Lord. Nwanne, we love you, the Ngbogbara family loves you, Bua Yeghe people love you, the Ogoni people love you, Rivers State people love you, Nigerian people love you, and the world in its entirety loves you. Nwanne, dear Nwanne, we will miss you. May your soul rest in perfect peace. -The Ngbogbara Family
Posted by Udoka Okafor on 7th May 2016
My dear madam, mentor, colleague, motivator, confidant, co-author and role model, mine may not be one of the early tributes on your passing away because each time I sat to do this, I am pulled away by grief and a 'somewhat thought' that one day's delay may just change this sad reality. Madam, you were such a great woman, bold, straight, confident, honest and daring, a great achiever who stood for the truth in all her dealings with God and fellow humans. You discovered me, encouraged, nurtured and brought out the best in me as a young physiotherapist, when I first came into the service of the NSP as Assist. Gen. Sec. with you as president. You recognized potentials and rewarded every achievement. You raised the profile of the physiotherapy profession in Nigeria and beyond and inspired many potential leaders in our profession. You inspired my interest in attending International professional conferences and also nominated me to represent NSP at international WCPT events and at other inter-professional groups within Nigeria. You inspired my early interest in research and I am honoured to have jointly presented papers with you at International conferences and also co-authored four publications. Beyond an unequaled professional mentorship, when I got married, you literally adopted my family by mentoring my wife as you visited us many times while you were in Lagos and thus brought us so close to your family that late grandma (your mum) would always invite my family to her birthdays in Festac town. Each time I was in Port harcourt, you sent your driver to fetch me from my event as you insisted I must come and have delicious home meals. Madam, words cannot express how knowing you has affected my life and career. Thank you for teaching and guiding me. Thank you for having such trust and confidence in me, in life. Until that day when you looked at me, acknowledged with a smile but could no longer call my name, and I walked away devastated. May our God, whom you served with great dedication, grant you a bosom place of eternal rest, Amen. Heartfelt condolences to my chairman, Dr Ben Birabi and the sons, Naakuu, Dimieari and Meesuan, to the brothers Ferdinand and Nkay, to Aunty Edith and Kulthoum, friend Mrs Okunuga and the enture physiotherapy world. -Dr UAC Okafor
Posted by Francis Ebaretonbofa on 6th May 2016
Was a rude shock, when I heard the news of your passing. Why??? How???.. I never expected this. I will really miss your chats and quality advise/discussion, especially as regards the right values in life. Through you I met and became friends with Daddy. I pray that the almighty God will give him and the children the fortitude to bear your absence. Rest in peace Dr. Birabi.
Posted by Bimpe Oyeluyi on 6th May 2016
You were passionate in loving people, passionate with your profession, passionate in passing out messages, passionate at home, passionate with the things of God, passionate at work, passionate dealing with ME! I love your passion and you will ever be remembered for PASSION. Sleep on till we meet to part no more. Bimpe & Pastor
Posted by Ib Kakulu on 6th May 2016
A lovely lady with a beautiful smile and humble personality. Shocking but true that you have been called to glory and gone from this sinful world taking along with you your golden hair. Rest in peace and enjoy your well deserved mansions in heaven.
Posted by Suleiman Bello on 6th May 2016
Even though I was never privileged to have met Dr. Birami, there is no doubt that she contributed immensely to Physiotherapy especially in Nigeria; and the testimonials of those who met her say a lot about her and her accomplishments. I join my fellow physiotherapists in mourning your passage, and pray that your soul will rest in peace, amin. May God almighty console your family. Sleep well, dear Dr. Birami.
Posted by Olajide Olawale on 5th May 2016
My heartfelt condolence to the Birabi Family on the painful loss of a sister and senior colleague - a dogged fighter, great leader and woman of substance. Dr Bridget Nwanne Birabi, you have carried the torch of physiotherapy so high both in Nigeria and abroad; and we will miss you a lot. May God comfort your family and give them the fortitude to bear this loss. Rest in peace; the lady with the golden hair.
Posted by Godwin Eni on 5th May 2016
My heartfelt condolence to Dr. Birabi's family who I met when I was a Visiting Professor at the University of Nigeria in 2008. She impressed me as a very dedicated and knowledgeable professional. Our brief encounter left an indelible impression on me. She will be sorely missed by the profession for which she worked very hard to strengthen.
Posted by Michael Adande on 5th May 2016
Sis, Oyinkro Olobio enabled our meeting/friendship and since then you have been a dear big sis. I saw you taking your customary walk from the gate to the Hospital not long ago. I didn't know that that was it. Kind, soft spoken, multi-lingual, ready with a smile, you have a lot of testimonies to exchange for your crown of Glory from the Lord God Almighty. Rest in the bossom of your Lord Jesus Christ. Esun re o
Posted by GLORIA BEN-ADIM on 5th May 2016
To a great woman of God, we bid you Farwell. You were indeed a woman of honor. No wonder you were called back home so soon. Our consolation is that you lived a life worthy of emulation, God fearing, prayerful and loved the things of the Lord with passion. Rest in peace our beloved Aunty, friend and confidant. We love you and will forever have sweet memories of you. Adieu, woman of God. Adieu Aunty Bridget, Good night - Gloria and Bennett Adim.
Posted by Rosebell Anyanwu on 5th May 2016
Aunty B, I was humbled and shocked over your demise. Words cannot express the pains in my heart. Aunty, you were remarkable in so many ways. You were like a mother to me. It hurts badly that I will not see you again. I took solace that you are smiling and resting in the bosom of your creator. I will forever treasure your gifts and words of encouragement. Above all, your monthly inspirational text messages. I pray that God will give your lovely Husband and children the fortitude to bear this great loss. Adieu my mentor and woman of substance.
Posted by Priscillia Nosiri on 4th May 2016
Confused as I am. I never knew or heard that you were sick. I saw you last during our 2014 Diocesan women conferce, you were our guest speaker at St Mark's Ang church Elelenwa. We bade ourselves farewell until on the 2nd of May when a friend called to announce to me that my ' twin ' has died because they believe that we look alike. But since I knew you from our days in General Hospital until we transferred our services to UPTH , you have always been an honest, straight forward , humble person.. You spoke the truth always no matter the situation. You crowned it with your commitment to the things of God. God raised you above your peers early in life but you remained humble. Rest in the bosom of the Lord who you seved
Posted by Sam Nneji on 4th May 2016
Dr Birabi, You have played your part in the theatre of life and left with very indelible marks in our lives. You were a fighter and courageous senior colleague. You will forever be missed by the PT family @ home and abroad. Adieu Ma! until we meet to part no more. Rest in Peace.
Posted by MOROMOKE OLASEHINDE on 4th May 2016
The news of the demise of Dr. Birabi was unbelievable. I was shocked when i read the sms from a colleague in my department, i quickly made a call to another colleague in Port Harcourt who confirmed the news. The members of my family also received the news with great shock, they knew her when she came to Kano during her tenure as the NSP President. I was actually looking forward to the contributions she would make during the Kaduna conference as a private physiotherapy practitioner. You left when NSP needed you most. The legacy you left behind lives on. May God grant the family, friends & the physiotherapy family the fortitude to bear the great loss. ADIEU DR. BRIDGET BIRABI.
Posted by Chinyere Weli on 4th May 2016
Sister Birabi. I just can't believe it! I will really miss you. May your good soul rest in the bosom of the Lord
Posted by Nwakuso Aruotu on 4th May 2016
Dr Mrs Bridget Birabi was a humble beautiful soul. Her sisterly, wifely and motherly show of love & care for all she came in contact with was a true reflection of her belief in Christ Jesus, whom she loved so much. She held with dignity her commitment to her profession encouraging many others to stand out. I grew to love her before I met her because I had heard how caring she was to her "youth corper" while I was also serving in UPTH 1986. On gaining appointment in UPTH, she became more than a big sister to me , introducing me to her wonderful family. It is a privilege to have been on the same ABV flight with you, as that was my goodbye till the resurrection morning. May God comfort all. Dr Nwakuso Aruotu Optometry Unit. UPTH.
Posted by Omololu Areoye on 4th May 2016
There are some that touch our lives without even knowing. You are one of those people. May your soul rest in peace. You have left a great legacy. You will be missed and never forgotten x
Posted by Emma Stokes on 4th May 2016
The Board and Secretariat of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy wish to send our sincerest sympathies to Bridget's family, friends and colleagues in Nigeria. Bridget was a great leader in Physiotherapy both in Nigeria and in the WCPT Africa Region. Only last year, we had the pleasure of her insights, advice and company on the WCPT Awards Committee. Bridget is truly gone too soon. May she rest in peace. Emma K. Stokes, President, WCPT
Posted by Michael Kalu on 4th May 2016
It was indeed a shocking news that you are gone. Although we are not close but you my mentor from afar. Your speech, your actions, your advice, your approach to situations are so educating. In fact, most things I see you do is educative. I will not forget the last time I met you in our colleague's wedding in Portharcourt. You answered my greetings and asked me how I am doing both in life and in physiotherapy practice, as if we have known for a long time. That was so encouraging. I can continue writing and writing because lists of words for your are inexhaustive. You are such an epitome of encouragement to the younger generation. Ma, we (NSP) shall surely miss you, may be.... sorry to say, more than your immediate family. Good bye. Michael Kalu

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