Dr. Godwin Maduka Mourns Prince Morocco Maduka (Eze Egwu Ekpili)

Posted on October 31, 2020

ONWURAH CHINONSO ANTHONY


Dr. Godwin Maduka has commiserated with the family of late Chief Morocco Emeka Maduka of Ukwulu in Dunukofia LGA, Anambra State, over the death of their father, a classical highlife music legend, who the news of his demise got to him yesterday.

In Dr. Maduka’s words, “With heavy heart, I commiserate with the family of my good friend and a great master of art, late Prince Morocco Emeka Maduka (Ozonweluibe of Ukwulu Kingdom)”. 

“Late Prince Morocco will be remembered for his great impact to the society through his legendary highlife music with which he sent strong entertainment laden philosophical messages to the public.”

“I therefore urge his family to be hopeful, strong and focused in this time of grief. May God comfort you and all of us that will miss him especially his music. I therefore pray God to grant his soul eternal rest in His Kingdom.”

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