Catholic Diocese Of Okigwe In Imo State has lost one of the workaholic and dedicated priest, reverend father, Jude Irole to the cold hands of dead at the early hour yesterday. He was reported to had slumped on sunday and was rushed to a nearby hospital where the doctor confirmed he had some hemorrhahic stroke.
He was admitted to the Hospital where he was receiving treatment but could not make it alive. Until his dead, he was the rector and vocation director of the Minor Seminary of the Diocese. Fr. Jude was one of the best Catholic priest in Okigwe Dioceses who has contributed immensely to the work of God. He was a peace loving man and was known for his gentle kind nature.
The entire Catholic Diocese of Okigwe were thrown to mourn to hearing the sad news about the death of the gentle peace loving clergy. The catholic bishop of the diocese has asked the Christian community in the the state and across the country to pray for the repose of his soul. May the soul of Rev. Fr. Jude and other faithful departed, through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen
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