WADA/ARO Commiserates With Kogi Governor Over Mother’s Death

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PDP Governorship Candidate’s in the last November 16 Kogi election, Engineer Musa Wada and his deputy,Engineer Sam Aro has jointly sent a condolence message to Kogi governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello over the death of his Mother,Hajia Hauwau Oziohu Bello.

In a media statement issued by both of them,the duos prayed for the peaceful repose of the late Mother of Kogi governor, who died at her ripe age of 101.

The PDP candiates urged the governor and the entire family members not to grief too much over her untimely death,saying death remains an inevitable end.

He described the late Mother of Kogi governor as a woman of peace,who kept preaching the gospel of truth all her life untill her sudden demise.

The PDP candidates urged the people of the state to pray for Kogi governor and his family,at this trying period,stating that the testimony about late mama deserve sober reflection in the state.

Engineer Musa Wada and Sam Aro appealed to the governor to take solace that her late mother lived a fulfilled life,worthy of emulation,while urging the people to pray rather grief about his transition.

They said the late woman leader died when her advise and efforts to move the state forward was greatly needed,praying to Almighty God to give the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

Wada/Aro used the opportunity to remind the political class not to see politics as a do or die affair,as death remain a great lessons for all to take caution in all our activities.

They prayed for the family to grant them the wisdom and guidance to continue to protect the legacies of their late mother,so as to protect the testimony of goodwill about her being expressed by the people since her demise.

PDP Governorship candidates prayed to God to give the governor and the family the wisdom to remain indivisible family,even after the death of mama,saying mama was the symbol of unity among her siblings .




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