By Our Correspondents
London based business tycoon, Olorogun Anthony Ukueku of Eku, in Agbon Kingdom of Ethiope East Local Government Area in Delta State has died at 87 years of age.
According to a family source, he died at a Lagos hospital on the 23rd of June, 2019.
In a statement by his younger brother, Chief (Hon.) Joseph Ukueku JP, Late Olorogun Anthony Ukueku died after a brief illness which necessitated in his return to Nigeria recently.
The former President General of Ovre Eku who stepped down from his office for his brother Chief Joseph Ukueku, served the country as a military officer before the crisis that aborted the first Republic.
Late Ukueku is survived by 15 Children and five wives.
Until his death, he was the Ubiomor of Orogun Kingdom.
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