-FROM MICHAEL EKOKORUWE:
The remains of Miss Elozino Ogege was laid to rest at the weekend amidst tears from students of Delta State University and family relatives at Oleh, Isoko South local government area of Delta State.
Speaking during a short funeral service, Bishop John Aruakpor of Oleh Diocese Anglican communion, represented by Venerable Richard Oziwele, condemned the gruesome murder of Miss Elizono Ogege by ritualist at Abraka.
The clergyman said, Elozino was a three hundred level student of mass communication at the Delta State university Abraka and had records of first class, humble and a committed Christian.
Aruakpor while condemning the syndrome of get rich quick by ritualist, declared sudden death upon the perpetrators of the dastardly evil act.
He urged youths to steer clear of evil and repent, noting that death is the ultimate end of any evil gotten wealth.
The students of the institution presented album in memory of Elozino even as bishop Aruakpor urged Professor Stephen Emeosairue, Provost of Oleh campus and members of Isoko Development Union executive, to produce the album in quantity and ensure it goes viral.
Miss Elozino Ogege’s body was finally lowered to the grave after several tributes by past and present Presidents of the Student Union Government and students of the institution.
In attendance was High Chief Iduh Amadhe, President General of Isoko Development Union represented by Mr. Dan Odhomor and other executive members, Professor Stephen Emosairue, Provost Delta state University, Oleh campus and Comrade Umuakpor Ovie, President Isoko National Youth Assembly.
Others are members of Anglican Communion, Oleh Diocese and the Redeemed Christian Church of God, students of Delta State University, Abraka and Oleh campuses and a cross section of the youth and women, among others.