Senator T.A. Orji mourns Prince Emeka Obasi T.A. Orji, Senator representing Abia Central Senatorial Zone, has condoled with the family of Late Prince Emeka Obasi, the award winning journalist and publisher of Business Hallmark Newspaper, who passed on in a Lagos hospital on 16th March, after an illness. While Signing the condolence register at the palatial home of Prince Obasi in Ahiaeke lbeku, the Senator Orji stressed that the late veteran journalist was a good man, successful and had a good heart. He recalled the good working relationship they had while the late journalist was commissioner for information in Abia state while he was chief of staff. He urged the family to take heart, while praying the Almighty God to grant them the fortitude to bear the great loss. Orji was received by Hon Okezie Obasi, the younger brother of Prince Emeka Obasi, who is a house of Assembly hopeful for Umuahia East State Constituency. Also on ground to receive Senator Orji, were the traditional ruler of Azueke Ibeku acient kingdom, HRM, Eze Emmanuel Okechukwu Onwubuariri; Deacon Okezie Onyemuwa; Hon Henry Egesi; Chief Ikechukwu Onuoha; Hon Tony Onyeweaku; Hon Chidiebere Nwachuku; Austin Poku Onyeweaku; Prince Tony Onyems and many others.
Prince Emeka Obasi

Prince Emeka Obasi, an award-winning journalist and publisher of Business Hallmark Newspaper, who passed away on Tuesday March 15, will be buried on Thursday, April 14 at his country home in Umuaroko, Ndume Ibeku, Umuahia North Local Government of Abia State.

According to a programme of event announced by Prince Emeka Obasi Jnr, on behalf of his family, the funeral rites will commence on Friday, April 8. 2022 with service of songs at the Trinity House, Trinity Avenue by Water Corporation Drive, off Ligali Ayorinde Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

This will be followed by another service of songs on Wednesday April 13, 2022 at his home in Umuaroko, Ndume Ibeku, Abia State.

An interdenominational service will hold on Thursday, April 14 at Community Primary School, Ahiaeke Ndume, Ibeku, before interment.

Until his death, Prince Obasi who passed away at 58 after an illness, was the pounder, Public Policy Research and Analysis Centre, organizers of the Zik Prize in Leadership Awards.


The programme which will be conducted in Lagos and his home town Umuahia, is detailed below:

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