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Acting Chief Judge of Cross River State remarries just about 2 years after his late spouse’s passing (photographs)

 

The Cross River State Acting Chief Judge, Justice Maurice Eneji has remarried scarcely two years after his significant other passed on.

Equity Eneji married Miss Muobo Ijomone on Saturday, September 19, at the Redeemed Christian Church of God – RCCG, Jesus Sanctuary, Atekong Drive, Calabar.

Lead representative Ben Ayade lauded the CJ “for being unequivocal to fill the hole made by his better half who passed on quite recently”

Congressperson Ayade, who was spoken to by his Deputy, Professor Ivara Esu, reviewed that Justice Eneji lost his significant other right around two years back, and complimented him for the “striking and troublesome advance taken to remarry to empower him stay dedicated to God and dodge the enticements that is related with remaining unmarried.”

The Governor praised Eneji’s mental fortitude and for the Government vowed to keep on supporting him in at any rate vital in his conjugal life.

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