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(PHOTOS) Late Chief Second Benikurukuru’s wife buried amid tears in Odimodi kingdom

By Enaibo Asiayei 

Tears and emotions flowed at Odimodi town in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State, as Enetimi Benikurukuru, wife of late Delta business magnate, Chief Second Benikurukuru, was buried, on Friday.

The Niger Delta leading newspaper, GbaramatuVoice reports that she was buried at exactly 12.05 p.m. in a solemn mood amid tears from friends and family members.

She passed away on July 18, at a private hospital in Warri, after a brief illness, at the age of 46, nine years after Chief Second Benikurukuru’s death.

Younger brother of late Chief Second Benikurukuru, Engr. Akin Benikurukuru described the deceased as an epitome of love and care.

Engr. Akin encouraged the family and everyone present to emulate the life of the deceased.

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