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Prince Igwe Sends Condolence Message To Gov. Ikpeazu Over The Death Chief Onuigbo

Hon. Prince Chris Odinaka Igwe has condoled with the government of Abia State led by Dr. Okezie Victor Ikpeazu over the death of Chief Johnson Onuigbo who untill his death was the PDP State Working Committee Chairman.

Igbere TV recalls that Chief Johnson Onuigbo died on Monday at the Federal Medical Center (FMC) Umuahia after battling with an undisclosed aiment . His remains has since then be deposited at the mortuary while the family make arrangement for his burial.

 

Prince Odinaka Igwe

While reacting to the news of the death of Chief Johnson Onuigbo in an interactive section with AFNews, the Isuochi-born philanthropist and oil magnet Prince Chris Odinaka Igwe said ” the news of the death came as a shock to him ”

” It is really quite unfortunate that we lost the Chairman of our great party who has been like a father to many of us , I received the news with goose pimples all over my body . ”

Prince Chris Odinaka Igwe narracted his encounter and experience with the late Chief Johnson and according to him ” he was a nice man , courageous and focus in whatever he does , a man whose character is worthy of emulation”

 

Ikpeazu

He pleaded with Dr. Okezie Victor Ikpeazu and the family of the deceased to take heart since the legacies of Chief Johnson Onuigbo would outlived him ” that is our consolation , that he lived a life worthy of emulation and his legacies would always be remembered at all times ” he concluded.

 

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