SHE LIVED ‘A SHORT BUT WORTHY LIFE’ – IGP BABA, OTHERS CELEBRATES LATE WIFE OF VETERAN SECURITY JOURNALIST, MRS. AGBAMBU IN SERVICE OF SONGS

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SHE LIVED ‘A SHORT BUT WORTHY LIFE’ – IGP BABA, OTHERS CELEBRATES LATE WIFE OF VETERAN SECURITY JOURNALIST, MRS. AGBAMBU IN SERVICE OF SONGS

By Oki Samson, Trek Africa Newspaper

L-R: Representative of the Inspector General of Police and Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi Presenting IGP Usman Alkali Baba’s Condolence Letter to the Husband and CEO of Security Watch Africa, Mr. Patrick Agbambu at the Service of Songs for Mrs. Sharon Abisola Agbambu, late Wife of Mr. Agbambu at the Revival Assembly, Ogba, Lagos.

 

 

 

It was an evening of tribute in honour of the life and times of late Mrs. Sharon Abisola Agbambu today at the Service of Songs held in Revival Assembly Church in Akilo, Ogba, Lagos. The 50-year-old wife of veteran security journalist and CEO of Security Watch Africa, Mr. Patrick Agbambu had passed away recently after a brief illness.

Though the demise came as a rude shock, the family, friends, colleagues, and associates took solace in the fact that she lived a worthy life. They used the Service of Songs to express thanksgiving to God for her life Oki Samson of Trek Africa Newspaper reports.

Pastorate of the Revival Assembly praying for The Agbambu Family

 

Conveying the deepest condolences of Nigeria Police Force in a letter personally signed by IGP Usman Alkali Baba, Police PRO, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi who represented the IGP at the Service of Songs shared about Mrs. Agbambu: ‘she will be remembered for her exceptional virtues as a dependable and supportive wife and mother; and her legacy of humility and service to humanity will remain lasting testimonies to the short but worthy life she lived.’

The children of the late woman also glowingly praised their late mother. Ramah Agbambu said: ‘You taught me love, patience, and endurance. You taught me how to pray and led by example. She was the most loving, humble, compassionate, understanding, family-oriented woman, and one of the most beautiful souls one could ever meet.’ Describing her as ‘my guardian angel’, Abundance Agbambu said: ‘you were an extremely strong woman, a very lovable and fun woman, a fighter and you fought a good fight of faith.’

L-R: Representative of the Inspector General of Police and Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi with the CEO of Security Watch Africa, Mr. Patrick Agbambu during the Service of Songs for Mrs. Sharon Abisola Agbambu, late Wife of Mr. Agbambu at the Revival Assembly, Ogba, Lagos.

 

Recalling life with late Mrs. Agbambu, Uchechukwu Agbambu expressed: ‘if it wasn’t for your love and care, I wonder what I would be doing with my life. With passion and vision you always correct every mistake and every wrong step taken’.

The son, Promise Agbambu noted: ‘Not even a minute goes by without her being remembered. She has been there for my siblings and I, she is my only superhero.’

 

Old classmates of Mrs. Sharon Abisola Agbambu from Command Secondary School, Ikeja were also present at the Service of Songs. Describing her as a ‘flower plucked too soon’, some could not hold their tears. The 1991 set mentioned: ‘You lived with all of your soul from childhood, you cared for all. You fought till the last breath. You apparently saw a better place before you actually departed.’

Members of staff of the husband’s organization, Security Watch Africa Initiatives also eulogized the woman’s impact on their personal lives and the organization. They hinted that they will miss the great supportive role of the woman. ‘The news of your sudden demise came to us as a shock knowing how well you fought to stay alive. We will miss your support in no small measures to our boss and organization which has kept it going for over 25 years’, they disclosed in their letter of condolence.

L-R: President/CEO, Security Watch Africa, Mr Patrick Agbambu and President, National Association of Online Security News Publishers, NAOSNP/Publisher, Trek Africa Newspaper, Oki Samson at the Service of Songs for Mrs Sharon Abisola Agbambu, late Wife of Mr Agbambu at the Revival Assembly, Ogba, Lagos

L-R: Representative of the Inspector General of Police and Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi and the President, National Association of Online Security News Publishers, NAOSNP/Publisher, Trek Africa Newspaper, Oki Samson at the Service of Songs for Mrs. Sharon Abisola Agbambu, late Wife of Mr. Agbambu at the Revival Assembly, Ogba, Lagos.

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    1. I’m so sorry to hear this. And I sincerely hope that God will give the family of the deceased courage to bear the loss. Abundance I’m so sorry.

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