Delta NNPP guber candidate condoles Isoko North LGA party Chairman over wife demise
By Kelvin Ohoror
The gubernatorial candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party, (NNPP), Engr Dr Chief Goodnews Agbi, has condoled with the Isoko North Local Government Area party chairman, Mr Emmanuel Itiveh over the death of his wife, Mrs Rita Itiveh, who was laid to rest today in her country home, Ofagbe.
Agbi was accompanied by the senatorial candidate of the Party, Commodore Omatseye Nesiama (Rtd.), Isoko federal constituency candidate, Sir Hon. Patrick Othuke Ferife and the Isoko North House of Assembly candidate, Dr Daniel Uroghome, amongst others.
Speaking during the visit, Dr Agbi said that they came to register their sincerest condolences and to encourage him.
In his words, “We are here to sympathize with you, to share in your pains and sorrow. Don’t weep for too long. I know it is something you cannot walk away from easily.”
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“We are not happy she left so early. This is one of the realities we cannot explain. But to those of us who are of the Christian faith, we do believe that there is God in heaven. When we finished our business on earth, we will go and meet Him in heaven…”, Dr Agbi admonishes.
Lending his voice, the Delta South Senatorial candidate of the party, Commodore Omatseye Nesiama (Rtd), stated “I am here with other significant party members to sincerely condole with the Isoko North party chairman on the death of his wife. It touches me so much because all this while he was working assiduously and running around for the party, I was not aware that the wife was ill until she passed away.”
“But, I can assure you that the God that gave you that strength even in the midst of adversity, will sustain you and the rest of the family”, he said.
The Isoko federal constituency candidate of the Party, Sir Hon. Patrick Ferife and Dr Uroghome Daniel, the House of Assembly candidate, who also spoke in consented voices, registered their condolences to the party LGA chairman by expressing their admiration for the courage displayed by the Chairman, in spite of this challenge.
They described Mr Emmanuel Itiveh as an effective instrument with which the party could deliver at the polls in 2023.
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