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Six days to wedding, NYSC member d!es



CITIZENS COMPASSSix days to his wedding introduction, a member of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Esla Adams has reportedly died in an auto crash on the Akwanga Road.

The introduction,is billed for Sunday, May 26, 2024 before he met his untimely death.

The deceased was said to be confirmed dead on Monday.

He was said to be a graduate of Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Jos in Plateau State, had a workshop on Keffi Road in the Akwanga area of Nasarawa State, where he welded and fabricated metals.

A statement by his family said that he would be buried on Friday.

The statement signed by Esla Adams said, “We regret to announce the death of Esla Adams, who will be laid to rest on Friday, May 24, 2024.

“The funeral service will be held at the ERCC ‘Bethel Land’ in Akwanga, Nasarawa State’s Angwan Kpandom.

“The candlelight parade will start from Lafia Road to the renowned White House in the Angwan Attah neighbourhood of Akwanga on Thursday, May 23. Those expressing sympathy dress in black for the candlelight parade, which will begin at 5:30 p.m,” the statement added.

“Oh Death! Where is thy sting? 

A friend of the late corps member, Comrade Simon Lukeson write on his Facebook wall, “Bro Esla Adams, I am so speechless hearing about ur demise after all the years in University of Jos, a current serving corps member preparing for your marriage introduction 26th of this month. You are no more. Ahhhh! what a world. We just met in Lafia on Sunday, Monday, and you are no more. Tor! We can’t question God. May your soul find rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Metallurgy Eng. Esla Adams. A graduate of UniJos and Serving Corps member. A serious-minded fellow, full of enthusiasm about his profession, is no more. We shall forever miss you. RIP, Sir,” Fula John el-Dominion wrote.

Another user, Williams Gabriel, wrote, “Haba, this one hit me so hard. Esla Adams, this is never the plan. I beg, come back, let us do this introduction and marriage.”

Esther James Anvah wrote, “I can’t remember when last I cried this hard. Why so soon, baby? As we fondly call eah other. What will happen to the wedding preparation now? I can’t believe I’m typing RIP instead of congratulations. Go well, legend Esla AdamsEsla Adams, you will surely be missed.”


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