MMS, Maritime Industry Mourns Promise Anaroke’s Demise

MMS, Maritime Industry Mourns Promise Anaroke’s Demise
Late Mrs. Promise Anaroke
Mrs. Promise Anaroke, Founding Member of Kings Communications Limited and wife of the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Kingsley Anaroke has passed on.
Kings Communications Limited, publishers of MMS Plus newspaper announced the death of the company’s jewel on Thursday, although the tragic incident occurred during the penultimate week.
Mrs. Promise Anaroke was a Governing Council member of MMS Woman of Fortune Hall of Fame (WOFHOF). She was also a member of the Women in Logistics and Transport (WiLAT), Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (WISTA), African Women in Maritime (WIMAFRICA), Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Nigeria, among others.
Following her venture into politics, she served as the Supervisor for Education, Oji-River Local Government Area, Enugu State between 2015 and 2019. She was also the Lagos State Coordinator of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) E-Women and held many other political positions in Enugu State.
Speaking on the traumatic demise, the CEO of Kings Communications Limited, Anaroke said, “I have been robbed. Most unfortunately, I have been robbed of my most treasured treasure ‘Mrs. Promise Anaroke’. I have been robbed off my Bankable Promise and promises. Can I ever recover my Promise?”
Anaroke who is also the Publisher of MMS Plus newspaper noted that Promise was more than his companion. “She was my teacher, manager, pearl of inspiration, partner and organizer” he said.
“From the scratch, she had chosen a path less travelled as mortals and invited may other people to follow. She was a woman who has influenced and touched the lives of people and will be greatly missed by her loved ones” he remarked.
Details of the burial arrangement will be published soon. However, a condolence register has been opened at the MMS International Image Centre in Festac, Lagos for friends and industry colleagues.

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