Queen Elizabeth II


The Founder, the Leader, and Archbishop of Living Christ Mission, His Grace, The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah MFR, Chancellor, Hezekiah University, Imo State, Nigeria, commiserate with the Family of Her Majesty, the late Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor II, the Prime Minister and the entire citizens of the United Kingdom, including friends and peoples of goodwill across the world, over the death of an internationally respected monarch, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, on the 8th day of September 2022.  Honestly speaking, the death of Queen Elizabeth has left a vacuum very hard to fill. Her Majesty was, indeed, a great matriarch with the longest reign in the British monarchy and the second longest-serving monarch of a sovereign country.

Her Majesty had attracted dignitaries to the royal stool of England. This attribute of excellence made personalities in the world visit the United Kingdom more than some other countries across the globe, in order to have personal contact with the Queen; what an indelible and remarkable memory of great repute! The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah states with every sense of objectivity that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, in her seventy years of stainless, selfless, and democratic reign as a Queen, generated monumental global recognition and profound respect for the stool of a monarch and the institution of monarchy. Hence, her monarchical reign and highly personal responsibility elevated both the stool of a monarch and the institution of monarchy to an enviable height of honor, prestige, and integrity. Her character of honesty, transparency, and equity, made the world understand the real sense of one being a monarch with a difference. Queen Elizabeth's humility in serving God and humanity was very unprecedented in the annals of monarchical history. Little wonder her Majesty had gladly received and sat on her royal electric golf cart with some African Leaders who visited her. That was a highly revered gesture, which most world leaders would not have done. One thing is certain, the late Queen had written her golden name on the Global Golden Platform of Human History, with a golden pen. Hence, fame is vapor, riches take wind, and only one thing endures in this life and that is a good character.

As the Head of the Commonwealth and the Defender of Faith, she led Britain to an enviable height. She will surely be missed. Therefore, His Grace, The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah, urges the Royal Family of England, the good people of the United Kingdom, friends, and well-wishers, to be consoled by the following Bible extracts:

John 16:22 “So you have sorrow now, but I will see you again and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you”;

2nd Corinthians 1:2-3, “Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction”;

Revelation 7:17 “For the Lamb in the midst of the throne will be their shepherd, and he will guide them to springs of living water, and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.

God will surely grant us all the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss of this great legend. The good legacies the Queen has bequeathed will always remain indelible references of contemporary history. The Royal Family, especially Her Majesty's successor, King Charles III, is saddled with a huge responsibility to protect the bequests of the late Queen. The mighty Man of God prays that God will grant him wisdom, like King Solomon (1st Kings 4:29-30), and enablement to handle this huge responsibility the Queen's demise has obliged him. May God bless and guide the good people of the United Kingdom and the world at large.


Prof. BOG Nwanolue FRHD, Ph.D.,

For His Grace, The Most Rev. Professor Daddy Hezekiah MFR,

Chancellor, Hezekiah University, Imo State, Nigeria.