Aged 93, the late Dom Chuks-Nwosu was a retired Deputy Registrar of Cooperatives in the old Anambra State, comprising Enugu, Anambra and Ebonyi States, a position that enabled him establish Cooperative societies in the region for the empowerment of low income workers, especially rural women.
He was also a former Board member of the Aguata Mass Transit Company Limited upon retirement from active service in the state civil service.
Ezeoba Chuks-Nwosu, according to Dr. Eloka Chuks-Nwosu in a statement, was a devout Christian and community leader who pioneered numerous developmental projects in his community, Achina in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra state, including playing pivotal roles in the political education and development the local government.
He is survived by many relations amongst who is Dr. Eloka Chuks-Nwosu, a Deputy Director at the Bureau of Public Enterprises, Abuja.
The family said late Dom Chuks-Nwosu’s funeral ceremony will be held in his Osuohia Villa compound on Friday, the 6th of November, 2020 beginning with a requiem mass by 10 am.