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Benue Journalists Sympathize With Gov Ortom’s Spokesman Over Mother’s Death

The Conference of Benue Journalists (CBJ) has sympathized with Nathaniel Ikyur, the Chief Press Secretary (CPS) to the Benue State Governor, Ortom, over the death of his mother, mama Rachael Mbawuhen Ikyur.

Late mama Mbawuhen died on June 22, 2022 at the age of 78 and will be buried tomorrow, July 2 at the family home in Tarka local government area of Benue State.

In a statement today, July 1 by its President, Dr. Anule Emmanuel, the journalist group said that the death of the CPS mother is sad, saying that her virtue of kindness and love for humanity is most needed now in the family and the community.

“Mothers are the most valuable thing in our lives and losing them is irreparable. Your mother was an epitome of kindness and a woman very known for her good deeds.”

The CBJ President advised the Chief Press Secretary and members of the family to always remember the useful life mama Ikyur lived, worthy of emulation in their moment of mourning the deceased.

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Dr. Anule then prayed for the soul of mama Rachael Mbawuhen Ikyur to rest in peace.

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