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Moses Kadiri: JCI Ghana, AMACOS 1991 set mourn

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Junior Chamber International, JCI, Ghana has sent its condolence message to Nigerians, members of the humanitarian group in Nigeria and the family of Moses Kadiri over his demise.

Kadiri’s classmates who operate under the aegis of Association of Mass Communication Students, AMACOS, 1991 set of Ogun State Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Ogun State, have also expressed great shock and sadness over his death.

Kadiri who was the 2004 JCI Nigeria President, died on Saturday after a brief illness.

He was based in Kaduna where he ran a successful printing company.

The message of the JCI, Ghana was delivered by its president, Emmanuel Bonney.

In the message JCI Ghana described Kadiri as a cherished friend of JCI Ghana.

The group praised him for his contribution to the organisation in general, adding that he would be sorely missed.

Similarly, members of AMACOS, 1991 of Ogun State Polytechnic, have continued to mourn with almost everyone speaking well of the departed Kadiri.

The profile picture of the WhatsApp page of the group now carries Kadiri’s in his honour.

“We thank God for his short but fulfilled life. He came, saw and conquered. May the Almighty God give the family the grace to bear this irreplaceable loss. We will never weep over anyone again IJN,”  the group prayed.

Below is the condolence message from Ghana JCI:

MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCE TO JCI NIGERIA

 

Dear Active Citizens,

Warm greetings from JCI Ghana. 

 

We express our sincere condolence to the family and JCI Nigeria, on the sudden demise of 2004 JCI Nigeria President and a cherished friend of JCI Ghana, Senator Moses Kadeer Itsuokor.

He was the Head Trainer for JCI Ghana during our National Convention in 2007. He has since been very instrumental to us and JCI at large. He will forever be the rare Gem.

May his soul rest in perfect peace.

Kind regards.

Emmanuel Bonney

2018 President

JCI Ghana

Meanwhile tributes have continued to pour in for Kadiri.

His classmates in the Mass Communication Class of 1991 of Ogun State Polytechnic who operate under the aegis of Association of Mass Communication Students 1991 set have continued to mourn with almost everyone speaking well of the departed Kadiri.

The profile picture of the WhatsApp page of the group now carries Kadiri’s

“We thank God for his short but fulfilled life. He came, saw and conquered. May the Almighty God give the family the grace to bear this irreplaceable loss. We will never weep over anyone again IJN,”  the group prayed.

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