Keep his memory alive – Justus Esiri’s family urge fans

Justus Esiri and Dr. Sid

by Isi Esene

The family of Veteran actor, Justus Esiri, who died recently in Lagos have released a statement over his untimely death.

According to the statement which was signed by Sidney ‘Dr. Sid’ Esiri and George Esiri, the family on his fans and admirers to honour his memory by following his example of “service, accomplishment and modesty and the next time you turn on your Television and see his face we ask that you keep his memory alive.”

Read the statement below:

We are heart broken as we announce the passing of Chief Justus Esiri OON popularly known as the “Village Headmaster”, following a complication from Diabetes.

Chief Justus Esiri OON, was a loving husband, father, grand father, brother, uncle and friend. An Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON), The Otun Amuludun of the Source in Ile-Ife, Osun State, and Veteran Nollywood Actor.

He died in the late hours of the 19th of February 2013.  Chief Esiri, born on the 6th November 1942 hailed from Oria Abraka, Delta State. He was a strong believer in family values, and a great supporter of Nollywood.

While we mourn the loss of a great man we also celebrate his remarkable life and hope that it serves as an example to the youth to work hard to achieve their dreams, and play their own part in building a greater nation.

For those who may ask what they can do to honour Chief Justus Esiri, we simply request that you honour his example of service, accomplishment and modesty and the next time you turn on your Television and see his face we ask that you keep his memory alive.

He survived by wife, Mrs Omiete Esiri, Children, Mrs Ophlia Edewor, Mrs Ejiro Efijemueh, Mr Justus Esiri Jnr, Dr Sidney Esiri (Dr Sid), Mr Andrew Esiri, Miss Tobor Esiri and Grand Children.

 

Dr. Sidney Esiri and George Esiri

For the Esiri Family.

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