The Chairman of the Board of the Niger Delta Developvment Commission (NDDC), Senator Ndoma Egba has described the Late Attorney-General of Rivers State as a thoroughbred professional who contributed to the development of the Niger Delta region.
According to the statement signed by Simeon Nwakandu, special assistant on electronic media to Gov. Wike, he stated that Senator udoma spoke on tuesday 4th September, 2018. when he led the Board and Management of the NDDC on a condolence visit to the Government House Port Harcourt. He was accompanied by the Managing Director, Mr Nsima Ekere and other Executive Directors.
He said: “The Late Attorney-General of Rivers State was a professional to the core with very deep insights.
“As a commission, we share in your grief. His death is a sad loss for the Niger Delta region because Aguma was an outstanding legal practitioner from the region “.
The NDDC prayed God to grant the people of Rivers State the fortitude to bear the great loss.
“We pray he finds peace in the hands of his maker. We can only take solace in the quality of life that Aguma lived while on earth “, Senator Ndoma Egba said.
The Former Senate Leader said Aguma was not just a friend , but a brother.
Responding, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike thanked the Board and Management of the NDDC for their condolence visit.
He described the loss of the Attorney-General of Rivers State as unfortunate, pointing out that he lived a quality life.
“We thank God for the quality of life that Aguma lived while on earth. We urge the NDDC to participate in his funeral “, Governor Wike said.
The Chairman of the Board of the NDDC, Senator Ndoma Egba and the Managing Director, Mr Nsima Ekere later signed the condolence register in front of the Executive Council Chamber of Government House, Port Harcourt.
Also on Tuesday, Investments and Securities Tribunal , Abuja paid a condolence visit on Governor Wike over the death of the Attorney General of Rivers State.
Mr Siaka Isaiah Idoko-Akoh , Chairman
Investments and Securities Tribunal, Abuja said that the Late Attorney-General of Rivers State was a bridge between the State Government and other agencies operating in the state.
He said the Investments and Securities Tribunal , Abuja had fond memories of their professional interactions with the Late Attorney-General of Rivers State while they worked towards establishing their presence in the state.
While thanking the leadership of the Investments and Securities Tribunal for the condolence visit, Governor Wike said that the death of Late Attorney-General of Rivers State came as a shock to the state.
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