This morning Saturday, 20th February, 2021 the State Executive members the LGA Chairmen and some woman leaders of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Abia State chapter under the leadership of Comrade Okey Paul Nwankwo paid a condolence visit to the family of Late His Eminence Eze Sir Dr Bernard Onyenguzo Enweremadu at ukwu lion royal palace , Ahiaba Okpuala , lsialangwa North LGA.

The host Local Government Chairman of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Abia State Pastor Emeka Wachukwu introduced the members that came to the royal family by ushering in the President.

The President Comrade Okey Paul Nwankwo in a condolence speech admonished the passing hero as a pillar of Ohanaeze Ndigbo who was among the people that formed Ohanaeze Ndigbo in 1976 .

Comrade Okey Paul further said that his aim was to present the new leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Abia State to his Eminence but cried profusely that he is now coming to pay a condolence visit on the demise of the great hero . He also promised that Ohanaeze Ndigbo will be at the fore front of the burial planning and execution as the burial will involve the entire Ngwaland, Abia State, Nigeria and the world
The second son of the family Hon Prince Mar Enweremadu who responded on behalf of the royal family after informing the group that his elder brother Rt Hon Sir Christopher O Enweremadu went for an urgent meeting with respect to the burial arrangements thanked the Ohanaeze Ndigbo Abia State for making out time to visit the royal family at this period of their grief.
He said they are not surprised to see the state chapter of Ohanaeze Ndigbo as his late father was a founding father of the group that they are also expecting the world leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
He said the father lived a fulfilled life as he was able to make wealth, married many wives , gave birth to over seventy children .
He further said the father became a traditional ruler at the age of 33 and was able to reign as a king for 44years and died at the age of 77.
Among the family members present were the Royal Queens, the Princesses , Prince Azubuike Enweremadu and a host of others.