Ndidi Okereke’s death, tragic, irreplaceable loss to Abia North – Sen Ohuabunwa
By Steve Oko
Senator Mao Ohuabunwa, has expressed sadness and rude shock over the sudden death of the former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Ndidi Okereke ( Nwachinyere Mba).
The former Leader ECOWAS Parliament in a release signed by the Assistant Secretary of his Campaign Council, and former Chairman of Arochukwu Local Government Area, Princely Kingsley Ngunu, described the demise of the late PDP chieftain as a monumental loss to himself, Abia North, the State and Ndigbo in general.
He described his death as one too hard to believe, saying he was an embodiment of wisdom, knowledge and character to the benefit of those who came around him.
Senator Ohuabunwa who further described the deceased as a personal friend and trusted political ally said he had been greatly devastated by the shocking news of Chief Okereke’s sad exit.
” Chief Ndidi was a bosom friend and brother; an astute politician and an achiever. His death is a big blow to Ndi Abia North whose cause he had always advanced with everything he had”, Ohuabunwa lamented.
The former Leader House of Representatives, further described the deceased as a motivator, mobilizer, philanthropist and a grade one Pharmacist who had the charisma to lead his people through difficult times.
He said that his contributions to the growth of Isuochi, Umunneochi, Abia North, Abia State and Nigeria would remain indelible on the sands of time.
The Abia North PDP senatorial candidate said the late Okereke would be greatly missed for his many legacies.
He condoled with the members of his immediate family, Umunneochi Local Government Area, Abia North as well as the PDP family for the loss of Okereke who he said was “an asset of inestimable value.”
Senator Ohuabunwa also prayed God to grant the bereaved family that fortitude to bear the loss, and the soul of the departed eternal repose in heaven.
He urged the family members to be consoled by the enduring legacies that the former PDP boss and peace maker left behind.
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