Idris Condoles Atta Igala, Over Death of His Brother, Samuel Opaluwa, Illustrious Sons, Alhaji Isiaka Alfa, Abu Oboni 16/16.

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Ex Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris has described as death too many on the death of the elder brother of His Royal Majesty, Atta Igala, Mr Samuel Opaluwa, prominent business man, Alhaji Isiaka Alfa and Alhaji Abu Agono, popularly known as Abu Oboni 16/16.
In a condolence to the paramount ruler of Igala kingdom, the people of Ankpa kingdom and Idah, Idris said the igala kingdom is loosing his finest both in wealth of experience, bureaucracy, professionals, business, politics and community service.
He commiserated with the people of Ankpa/ Enabo over the loss of a legendary business man, politician, community leader, opinion moulder and unequalled philantrophist, Alhaji Isiaka Alfa Enabo.
He asked the family to pray for the soul of their late patriach, having leaved a fulfilled life worthy of emulation not only in Kogi state, but Nigeria at large.
The former Kogi Governor said he was impressed by the sincerity, transparency and frantic tendencies, that had guided all his life for over eight decades while on earth.
Similarly , he sympathised with the people of idah over the sudden demise of Alhaji Abu Oboni, 16/16, saying he was a maverick politician, business man, both at home and outside the shores of his domain.
Idris said his grassroot potentials and prestige had earned him alot of respect in the political anals of Kogi state.
He urged the families the bear the loss, stating that it is a statewide loss that will take time to heal.
Idris prayed for the families, saying it is only prayers that can sustain them at this very trying period, but they should believe that all mortals will test death at any appointed time by God.
He wished that almighty God will reward them with hereafter from their disposition while on earth and good testimonies about them.
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