The remains of the late Cynthia were committed to earth on Friday at Owa Ekei, Agbor, Delta. Speaking to newsmen at the occasion, the father of the deceased said that he was impressed with the way the investigation and court process of his late daughter were handled.
He commended the police for what he described as “wonderful job so far’’, and urged the force to always rise to occasions that needed its professionalism in order to make the force a true friend of the public.
He said that the death of Cynthia, who would have been 24 years in November, had created a big vacuum in his family but stated that the family had no choice than bear the loss.
“Life must go on because what you cannot change, you will accept.’’ He commended the media for their support and appealed for demonstration of the same zeal in covering the court proceedings on the case.
The remains of the late Cynthia, conveyed in a Volvo ambulance with registration number LY 616 EKY, arrived at her father’s compound at Agbor at 2.55 p.m. Her remains were interred in the compound at 3.55 p.m. after a brief Christian ceremony conducted by Rev. Fr. Leonard Biachi, the Parish Priest of Saint Dominic’s Catholic Church, Boji Boji, Owa.
Until her death, Cynthia was a post- graduate student at the Nassarawa State University, Keffi, where she obtained her first degree. (NAN).
May her blessed soul rest in perfect peace. Amen
Culled from: VanguardNgr