Imo Speaker mourns Dana crash Victims, condoles with Gov. Okorocha

Imo Speaker, Rt. Hon. Chief Benjamin Uwajumogu

By Hon. Citizen Ikenna Samuelson Iwuoha (FCAI)

The Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly Rt. Hon. Chief Benjamin
Uwajumogu has expressed his sincere condolence to the Executive
Governor of Imo State, His Excellency Owelle Rochas Anayo Okorocha
over the death of Imo Sons and daughters in the ill feted DANA Plane
crash on Sunday the 3rd of June 2012. The Sorrowful Speaker asked
Almighty God to give the Governor the courage and fortitude to bear
the loss of lives, while describing the death of Professor Celestine
Onwuliri, Mrs Jennifer Ike C. Ibe, Chief Livy Ajuonuma, The
Onyeagocha’s, Mr. Dike Chinwe (SAN), Anyene Onyeka, Anyene Maimuna,
Anyene Noah, Anyene Kamsisoyona, Anyene Kaigenotochi, Enuma Ebuka,
Enuma Sunday, Onyeriri Oluchi, Ngozi Hope, Njoku Ogechi, Njoku
Charles, Okeke Hope, Ike Ochonogo, Okocha Christopher, Philip Chukwu
Ebuka and other sons and daughters of Imo State as a Colossal Loss to
Ndi-Imo in particular and Nigeria in general.

Rt. Hon. Benjamin Uwajumogu therefore called on the affected families
and Imo people to bear these great losses with the assurance that
Almighty God will grant them eternal rest. AMEN.

“In view of the unfortunate situation in the state and the country at
large, it would be unethical, insensitive and indeed morally wrong for
us to continue with the activities to mark our one year of
inauguration on the 7th of June 2012. We therefore join millions of
our citizens to mourn the departed souls”. He said.

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