The Eze Ndigbo Ghana and the Assistant Publicity Secretary Association of Ndieze Ndigbo in the Diaspora, HRM Eze Dr.Chukwudi Ihenetu has joined other world leaders to mourn the passage of the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth 11.
The death of Queen Elizabeth II is being mourned in Britain and across the world. The country’s longest-reigning monarch died Thursday at age 96.
The late Queen of England is the Head of commonwealth countries and Her reign spanned 15 prime ministers starting with Winston Churchill, born in 1874, and including Ms Truss, born 101 years later in 1975.
In a statement signed from His Obiukwu Obieziokwu palace, Accra Ghana, the Umuduruoha Amaigbo Nwagele Imo-State born Royal Father, HRM Dr Ihenetu said Queen Elizabeth will be missed by many nations that she has touched positively for over 7 decades.
The Royal father recalled that in her youthful days, the late monarch had accompanied her father King George VI on tour of duty of African countries and upon becoming the Queen in 1953 remain Head of state of Nigeria, a position she retained until Nigeria became republic in 1963.
Further more, HRM Dr Ihenetu described the late Queen as a brilliant and sound monarch who patriotically served her country with all her strength until her last breath.
While praying for God Almighty to give the people of United kingdom the fortitude to bear the loss, the Royal Father said: “On behalf of the people of Ndigbo in Ghana, I convey my deepest condolences to King Charles and the Royal Family in Buckingham Palace, United Kingdom.