Lutheran Church condoles with the Family of Late Air Mshl (Amb.) Nsikak Eduok

The Lutheran Church of Nigeria Presidency, Board of Trustees, Board of Directors and the Christian Council of Nigeria, Akwa Ibom State branch were at the residence of the Late Ambassador Elder Air Marshall Nsikak Eduok to condole with the family over the death of the Elder Statesman, a devoted Father and a Faithful Christian.

The National President/Archbishop of Church, Most Rev. Dr. Christian Ekong in his brief exhortation, extolled the virtues of Luther Ambassador International Air Marshall Nsikak, as a man that has a Lutheran blood though of Qua Iboe who sincerely loved God and always willing to serve God in any capacity. He said that the death of Amb. Eduok is painful and grieving because he has left at a time where the family, the church and the society needed him most.

The Archbishop explained that the Lutheran church was his foundation that made and developed him to who he was. Therefore, the Church cannot leave the family in times likes this – the grieves and pains are also felt by the church, Akwa Ibom State and Nigeria. He urged the family to be encouraged and to continue living in faith knowing that there is resurrection of the body after death. He appealed to the family to allow peace and love to dwell amongst them as they protect the welfare of their father’s widow, Deaconess Eduok.

The Latest installed Luther Ambassador International and a Member of the Board of Directors of the church, Elder Effiong Essien who is also the Head of Civil Service in Akwa Ibom State, condoled with the bereaved family on behalf of the Luther Ambassadors and Members of the Board of Directors, He described Late Amb. Nsikak Eduok as a colossus who, though dead, will live on through his indelible legacies in his family and by extension the entire Akwa Ibom and Nigeria at large.

Also, the Christian Council of Nigeria, Akwa Ibom Branch registered their presence with the team that came for the visit, adding that CCN will always maintain the intercessory role of praying for the family.

Meanwhile, the first son of the deceased, Mr Anthony Eduok, lauded the kind gestures of the Lutheran Church and the Christian Council of Nigeria. He expressed appreciation to the soul-lifting words of exhortation and encouragement from the teams., the words of encouragement, exaltation and the team.
He urged the Church to also extend this gesture to others who are in distress, requesting that the church should continue to be a friend to the family even after the burial of their father as they will need its advice and godly counsel.

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