The Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Chief Edward Onoja was recently at Olamaboro local government to pay his last respect to late the former Executive Chairman of the Council, Honourable David Audu Adegbe.
Late Audu died in Abuja a fortnight ago after a protracted illness at the age of 70.
While condoling with the family, the Deputy Governor remembered the great contributions the deceased had made for the development of Olamaboro local government and Kogi state.
Chief Onoja described the late David Audu Adegbe as an effective administrator and grassroot politician who lived an exemplary lifestyle worthy of emulation.
He reminded those who are privileged to be alive to emulate the good virtue of the late Council administrator, even as he advised those he left behind to learn to live a life of purpose.
The Deputy Governor, who acknowledged that late Audu impacted positively on people and community he found himself, prayed that God would assume the role of husband to his wife left behind and father to his children.
He advised the children to renew their determination to form a strong and united bond to continue to fly the flag of their deceased father.
The Deputy Governor also paid condolence visit to the family of Hon. Ayuba Nana, on the occasion of the 8-Day prayer.
We in the Greenbarge Media and Communications Limited, publisher of Greenbarge Reporters wish to register our condolence to our Director, Barrister Charles Audu, who is one of the children of the former Council boss, and in whose hand the man died.