Ohanaeze mourns Ex- PDP Chairman, Ogbulafor, sympathizes with family, Abia people,


The leadership of the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo worldwide has described the death of Late Prince Vincent Ogbulafor as a great loss, saying he was a ‘unifier’.

The body also extended its condolences to the royal family of His Royal Majesty late Eze (Eze) Ogbulafor, the good people of Abia State and the people’s Democratic Party (PDP).

The late Ogbulafor hails from Olokoro community, in Umuahia south Local government area of Abia.

He was the National Executive Committee of PDP, former Minister of Economic Affairs, Former National Secretary and later elected as the National Chairman of PDP.

Ohanaeze, in a statement on Sunday signed by its Secretary-General, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, said the wealth of experience of late Ogbulafor would be missed especially now the opposition PDP was facing heavy crisis.

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The statement read in part”Ogbulafor would have been of a remedy to unravel the crisis currently facing the PDP, but if he was in the position of Iyorchia Ayu is facing currently as National Chairman, he would have repeat history by doing the needful, he would have resigned honourably and restore sanity to the party, by sacrificing his benefits and privileges for the unity of the PDP, as a royal Prince, his words were his bounds, he keeps his promises while he lived”.

“Ndigbo will mourn Prince Vincent Eze Ogbulafor, and he will be remembered for always putting the people first before himself,” he resigned from his position as National Chairman of PDP in 2010 when Jonathan becomes the President, and to balance the political equation since former President Jonathan is from the South with him, and to allow a northerner to replace him, he voluntarily relinquishes his position as PDP National Chair for the north, he was a good leader with a human face”.

While asking the almighty God to forgive him his shortcomings and grant his family and friends the fortitude to bear this loss, stating that Ndigbo has lost a Prince from the East with humble beginnings and a friendly disposition”.

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