Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku has once again condoled with the entire people of Mbamnga and Sardauna Local Government over the glorious transition of the Queen Mother of Mbamnga Chiefdom and mother of HRH Amb. Emmanuel Q. Njiwah at her burial and urged them to live a life like that of Mama.
The Governor who was represented by the Speaker, Taraba state House of Assembly Rt. Hon. Abel Peter Diah said it was a glorious exit because Mama was a prayerful mother who believed that God should always be the one at the helm of every man’s life and prayed that her soul rest in perfect peace.
In his speech, the Speaker said Ma Nuno (as she is fondly called) was a gem who worked hard and make sure she leaves a happy world behind.
He said that she had wished her son to become a district head but little did she know that she will witness her son becoming a chief (Traditional ruler) which she saw before passing on to glory stressing that her going is a home calling and she should be celebrated and not mourned.
The PDP National Vice Chairman, North East Barr. G.T Kataps brought condolences from His Excellency, former Vice President Alh. Atiku Abubakar and Prince Uche Secondus, the National Chairman PDP.
Barr. G.T Kataps in his tribute described Mama as a reference for a true Christian life saying as a member of the same church, she was indeed a true worshiper and a prayerful mother.
The North East PDP Chairman said if Mama will not make it to heaven then no one will make it because she was a mother to all and her life was an exemplary one which should be copied by all.
He prayed and urged HRH Amb. Emmanuel Njiwah to be strong and celebrate Mama because she is resting with the lord.
Barr. Kataps on behalf of the NWC of the North East PDP condole with the entire family and pray Mama’s soul rest in peace.
Dignitaries from far and within greased the historic home calling ceremony as tributes were offered about the life of late Ma Nuno.
The burial took place at his home town in Mbamnga Village, Sardauna Local Government of Taraba state.
Mama who was fondly called “Ma Nuno” was committed to mother earth at age 101.