The Berom Educational and Cultural Organization (BECO) led a high powered delegation on condolence visit to the families of their revered Patriots: Late Da Stephen Dusu Lodam and late Ngo Naomi Jugu.
In a separate visits to their families BECO President Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop described as shocking and monumental loss the demise of Da Stephen Dusu Lodam and Ngo Naomi Jugu.
At the Lodam family, the President eulogized Da Stephen Dusu Lodam as an enigma and a figure of high repute in Berom land who displayed love and passion for human capital development during his days. He encouraged the deceased wife as well as other family members to accept the demise of Dara as an act of God which is appointed unto every mankind.
Responding on behalf of the family, Da Pam Shut Lodam thanked BECO for the show of love, he said the family is comforted by the visit. Da Pam Shut also announced that the deceased will be committed to mother earth on Friday, 8th July 2022.
In the same vein, speaking at the family of Ngo Naomi Jugu, Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop said though possible but it will be difficult to produce the like of Ngo Naomi Jugu in the land through her dexterity, firmness, zeal, passion and a dogged fighter who never relents. He said personally he will miss her.
Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop challenged the family to emulate Ngo for what she stood for which was primarily towards the liberation of Beromland.
Speaking on behalf of the Jugu family, Pastor Douglas Jugu appreciated the visit and pray God to unite Berom nation as a symbol of what Ngo stood for.
Prayer was offered for the family for divine comfort and strengthening.