Arrangements have been concluded by the Nung Enang family of Ikot Okubo Offot, Uyo, to pay their last respects to their son, father and grandfather, Elder James Joseph Umoh who died at eighty-five.

Arrangements have been concluded by the Nung Enang family of Ikot Okubo Offot, Uyo, to pay their last respects to their son, father and grandfather, Elder James Joseph Umoh who died at eighty-five.
Before his demise on October 9, 2015, the late Elder James Joseph Umoh was the Chief Executive Officer of James Emeh Nigeria Limited, 199 Abak Road, Uyo.
The late J. J. Umoh, a one time member of the Akwa Ibom State Task Force on Petroleum, was a philanthropist and community leader who had served as the President of the Nigerian Student’s Association in the United States of America, Atlanta chapter, and President, Offot Community in Lagos.
A member of the United Evangelical Church, founded as Qua Iboe church, the deceased served the church at various times as Treasures, President of the Men’s Fellowshipo and Board member, Qua Iboe church Nursery school, Aka Road, Uyo.
The remains of the late Elder J. J. Umoh will be laid to rest on tomorrow, 30th October, 2015 at his residence at number one, Joseph Umoh street, Ikot Okubo Offot, after a funeral to be conducted by the United Evangelical church, Ikot Okubo Offot by 10am.
He is survived by his wife-Emeh, two sons, four daughters, sixteen grand-children and other relatives to mourn his exit.
The family has invited Petroleum Marketers, business associates, friends, in-laws and sympathizers to the burial ceremony.

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