Abia Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu Condoles With Adolphus Wabara

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The Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu has commiserated with the former Senate President and the immediate past Pro-Chancellor and Chairman Governing Board of Abia State University Uturu, His Excellency, Senator Adolphus Wabara on the demise of his beloved wife, Mrs Felicia Wabara which occurred on Sunday 10th April,2022 after a protracted illness.


In his condolence remarks at the Abuja residence of the Wabaras, the Deputy Governor stated that much as death is inevitable and the way of all mortals, it usually becomes painful and devastating to lose someone so dear and close, especially a loving and caring wife, a friend, a reliable companion and confidant.


Sir Oko Chukwu noted that the death of Mrs Felicia Wabara would no doubt remain a monumental loss to not only the former Senate President and his immediate family but also to the entire people of Ohambele Ndoki, Abia State and Nigeria at large, given her positive virtues and accommodating disposition.


Sir Oko Chukwu consoled the PDP Board of Trustee Scribe and members of his family on the huge loss and urged them to bear same with fortitude.


The second citizen of Abia State finally prayed God to grant the soul of Mrs Felicia Wabara eternal repose.

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