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Benue govt supply scholarship to late Well being Commissioner’s kids

Benue State Authorities has provided scholarships to kids of the late Commissioner for Well being and Human Providers within the state, Dr. Saleh Emmanuel Ikwulono as much as college degree.

Governor Samuel Ortom who introduced this on Friday in Obagaji, Agatu Native Authorities Space on the funeral of the deceased, mentioned the late Commissioner’s kids deserved tutorial assist.

The Governor said that Dr Ikwulono was a superb man who turned a medical marketing consultant at a comparatively younger age and had an prompt impression as a member of the State Government Council.

Ortom, on behalf of the State Authorities, prayed God to grant the departed Well being Commissioner everlasting relaxation and the bereaved household the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

The Deputy Governor, Engineer Benson Abounu additionally described the loss of life of Dr. Ikwulono as devastating and touching, saying the deceased was clever, dedicated and able to study quick.

Talking additionally, Speaker of the Benue State Home of Meeting, Rt. Hon. Titus Uba mentioned the deceased left for medical consideration with expectations from his household and colleagues that he would return hale and hearty, describing the loss of life as fairly painful.

Home of Representatives member for Agatu, Hon. Godday Samuel in a funeral oration mentioned the deceased was one of many best who struggled in opposition to all odds to achieve greatness, saying he was clever and humble.

Chairman Central Planning Committee for the burial and Secretary to the State Authorities, Professor Anthony Ijohor, SAN, mentioned heading the burial committee was one of the vital troublesome assignments he had ever dealt with, saying the younger Ikwulono got here into the State Government Council filled with hope, dedication to serve.

Others who gave funeral orations amid feelings included the State Chairman of Peoples Democratic Occasion, Sir John Ngbede and Legal professional Common and Commissioner for Justice, Barrister Michael Gusa.