Press Conference on Nnamdi's death
Nnamdi was a role model to youths in the Nigerian Community in the Greater Toronto Area.
"HE WAS MY PRIDE"
Margaret Nwosu (Nnamdi's mom) has this to say about him : My Son was respectful and hardworking. He worked as an electrical engineer in Brampton and was soon to be married. He enjoyed playing recreational soccer.
“People come to me for counselling and I use my son as an example. I say that ‘if he could do this at this young age, then anyone can do it.’ So someone is just going to steal him from me? They will never know peace.”
“I want to know why this person, whoever they are, would take his life. I can’t… I can’t fathom why. It’s not Nnamdi, not Nnamdi, they have to turn themselves in to the police; they will turn themselves in to the police.”
The funds raised will assist in funeral expenses and assist in any form of logistics that could help the police with investigations.
The funds are needed to be raised as soon as possible as the burial is taking place on Saturday 24th March 2018
The family has set up an account specifically for this purpose.
Name: Margaret Nwosu
Transit # 01122
Institution # 010
Account # 8483485
All proceeds will be managed by Nnamdi's family.
Dr. Chidi Cadet Nwanyanwu
My Roots Foundation
Margaret Nwosu and Sylva Okezie
- Princeton Ojiegbe
- Sylvester & Roseline Okeh
- Desmond Osarenkhoe
- Tolu Adeosun
- Anonymous Anonymous
Organizer and beneficiary
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