Reverend Martin Ngodji Death – RIP | Reverend Martin Ngodji Obituary | Cause of Death

Reverend Martin Ngodji Death – Obituary: On Monday, September 17, 2021, Martin Ngodji’s demise was made known to us through various tributes posted across the social media.

Reverend Martin Ngodji, 61 has passed away just a few weeks after he had been elected ELCIN bishop for the eastern diocese.

Reverend Martin Ngodji was head of the Oshiwambo Bible Translation Project in Ondangwa. He was a former Paulinum Theology College rector.

Rev Ngodji was due to be inaugurated Bishop on the 14th of November 2021.

Linkuppuppies learnt that Martin Ngodji passed away on September 17, 2021 and we are preparing an obituary notice for the deceased.

Martin Ngodji was one of the sweetest and kindest person that ever lived, such a lovely person and so active and vibrant, which makes it even harder to comprehend this death.

Martin Ngodji Tributes Written By Friends and Families

Friends and Family are mourning the passing of their loved one Martin Ngodji. Below we have the few tributes posted on social media to honor the passing of the deceased.

Do you want to honor the death of the deceased by leaving a tribute, kindly do so using the comment box. Please use the condolence page below as an option to offer your sympathies.

How Did Martin Ngodji Died, Cause of Death?

Martin Ngodji had been admitted in a northen hospital due to an undisclosed illness.

Martin Ngodji Obituary Plans and Funeral Services

At the moment, no information as been received from the family as they are observing their difficult time.

Linkuppuppies is preparing an obituary for Martin Ngodji, and it will be updated when due. We don’t know yet if the family will be observing a public funeral for the deceased or will like to make it private.

We should all know that, it is important to please adhere to current guidelines regarding wearing of masks and handshaking.

Martin Ngodji will be missed by their loving family, nephews, nieces, extended family, kind neighbours and many close and dear friends. May the deceased rest in peace.

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