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Oborevwori Mourns Cairo Ojougboh

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Oborevwori Mourns Cairo Ojougboh

Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, has expressed grief at the passing of a former member of the House of Representatives, Dr Cairo Ojougboh.

He reportedly passed on yesterday while watching Nigeria Vs South Africa Semi-final match in the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON), holding in Ivory Coast. He was 64 years.

Dr Ojougboh who was the Akinuwa of Agbor kingdom, represented Ika Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and later served as National Vice Chairman South-South of the party before joining the All Progressives Congress, APC. He also served as Executive Director Projects at the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC.

Governor Oborevwori, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sir Festus Ahon, on Thursday in Asaba, commiserated with Dr Cairo Ojougboh’s family, the people of Ika nation, Agbor Kingdom and the APC family over the demise of the renowned politician.

He noted that Ojougboh was a grassroots politician and administrator, who excelled in the various capacities he served.

According to the governor, the deceased was a thoroughbred politician whose love for his people led him to contest, and won election to represent them in the Federal House of Representatives.

The Governor said: “On behalf of the government and people of Delta State, I mourn the passing of an astute and grassroots-oriented politician, Dr Cairo Ojougboh, who passed on Wednesday.

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“The news of his death was shocking, given his invaluable contributions to the polity of the state and the country at large. Until his death, he was a renowned chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state.”

Governor Oborevwori regretted that the deceased former federal lawmaker passed when his services were needed more, adding that he would be greatly missed.

He prayed God to accept the deceased’s soul and grant the family and friends he left behind the fortitude to bear the loss.

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