U.S President-elect Donald Trump Scheduled to Visit Nigeria… See Details

U.S billionaire and business mogul might be heading to Nigeria before inauguration for the burial ceremony of the father of a respected South-easterner.

Emeka Offor
 
Donald J. Trump who is still buzzing over his stunning victory at the U.S presidential election is scheduled to visit the South-eastern part of Nigeria to attend a burial ceremony of the father of Anambra State born oil magnet oil magnate, Chief Emeka Offor.
 
According to reports by Vanguard newspaper, he will be attending the social gathering alongside President Muhammadu Buhari and other African leaders.. It would be recalled that Offor’s father, a retired police officer, Chief Bennett Offor passed away in the month of February, 2016.
 
The burial ceremony is scheduled to hold this week at Oraifite, Anambra State.
 
Meanwhile, he has warned pick-pockets and other hoodlums to steer clear off the high-profile event.
 
He said security arrangements had been put in place to pick anybody who would misbehave on the occasion, warning that he will not spare anybody, including hoodlums who may like to embarrass his friend and well wishers that will attend the burial in any way. .

This was disclosed by the Vice Chairman of the Pa Benneth Offor Burial Committee, Mr. Tony Obi, while unveiling the burial plans for Pa Offor who died in Febuary this year, at Emeka Okafor Foundation Centre, Oraifite, Anambra State.

According to Sir Offor, “my father served the Nigerian Police meritoriously and retired after 35 years of service, so nobody will be allowed to come here and mess up his funeral. Security arrangements have been put in place to deal with miscreants.”

“Pickpockets would often sew uniform and infiltrate the funerals of rich persons in the State and steal people’s valuables, including telephone and money, but we are waiting for them in Oraifite, that day may be their last that will land them in prison, to be fore warned is to be fore armed.”

Chief Offor said members of the National Assembly would be led to the funeral ceremony by the former Presidents of the Senate, Chief Ken Nnamani and Senstor Anyim Pius Anyim, while many people from all walks of life will have promised to come.

“My father was a very nice man, he gave me so much encouragement and everything you see me doing was initiated by him. He is a passionate philanthropist who would always like to see smiles on the faces of everyone that came in contact with him and I must tell you that most of the guys you see me hang out with were introduced to me by him."

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