Mrs Esther Asabe Benjamin Maiangwa was born about 64 years ago to the family of late Dikam Hassan Dakul and kaka Yalwa Nati Hassan in a village called Mangul of Mangu local government area and was raised by her parents .
Although she did not have the opportunity to go to a formal school in those days but because of her determination she enrolled in school where she took evening classes while working in her present organization plateau radio television cooperation PRTVC. The secondary school certificate of Mrs Esther Benjamin gingered her to enrolled for a certificate course at the plateau state polytechnic Jos campus. While all these lasted the mother and grand mother and great grand mother to many who came her way can attest to the fact that she touched many lives in the community she stayed in.
Although its often said that it is not how long one leaves but how well can attributed to the late Mrs Esther Benjamin maiangwa . This is seen with the out pour of condolence within her community, place,of work ,church and all who came across her in one way or the other.
While we mourn the departed wife ,mother ,grandmother ,sister, aunt, too many ,our consolation is that she lived a fulfilled life. Words alone cannot expressed our appreciations to all those who identified with us at this moment ,but we are confident that the out pour of live shown us as a family will ever remain fresh in our hearts as we shall remain indebted to you all.
A mother of six with two who are late, 3 grandchildren, Husband ,brothers and sisters will forever be remembered for her simplicity, smart dressing which earned her name Aunty Guy Guy.
She left behind her aged mother kaka Yalwa Hassan , her husband Mr Benjamin Maiangwa, her son Rimamyang Benjamin, Daughter Punarimam Fehintola, Ande Benjamin and Kyati Benjamin.
She also has three grandchildren David Fehintola, Eniola Fehintola and Rimamsomteti Benjamin.