The National Working Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, on Monday, sympathized with Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu over the passing of the State’s magistrate for Environment, Dr. Solomon Ogunji.
Review that the Abia Commissioner for Environment, Solomon Ogunji, was on Sunday, affirmed dead.
In an official statement gave by the State Commissioner for Information, John Okiyi Kalu, and made accessible to newsmen, Ogunji spent on Saturday at the Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Aba, after a concise ailment identified with High pulse.
In any case, in an announcement marked by the PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan and sent to CandyNews on Monday night, the gathering depicted the late Ogunji as dedicated official and steadfast comrade, whose jobs in the infrastructural improvement of the state, particularly in execution of milestone street extends in key pieces of Abia state.
While reviewing the incredible accomplishments of the Late Abia Commissioner which included supplementing the endeavors of Ikpeazu-drove organization in realizing generally unmistakable and obvious infrastructural extends in Abia, the gathering additionally hailed Ogunji’s dedication towards the achievement of the PDP-drove government in the state and the prosperity of the individuals.
Portions of the announcement read, “PDP solaces Governor Ikpeazu, who had been tossed into profound grieving over the loss of his most confided in partner and partner, who displayed exceptional duty towards the achievement of the organization through his commitment to all assignments given to him”.
In a related turn of events, Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, has reviewed his stay and associations with the late State Commissioner for Environment, Solomon Ogunji.
In an announcement gave by the State Commissioner for Information, John Okiyi Kalu, and made accessible to correspondents, Ogunji spent on Saturday at the Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Aba, after a concise sickness identified with High pulse.
Ikpeazu said that his kinship with the late Dr. Ogunji has stayed since his thirteenth birthday celebration and since the time at that point, nobody else has come nearer to him as far as close to home connections.
“We grew up together, attended the same secondary school where we were classmates. I cannot remember any other person that shares with me the kind of relationship I had with Solo.
“Many years ago, we both lost our fathers and incidentally, the two burials were fixed for the same day. While the funeral service for his father was still on and before the burial proper, he left his village at Ohambele Ndoki and joined me at Umuobiakwa. He got to my village while we were getting set for the funeral service of my late father. I asked him why and he told me that he had two elder brothers who could take charge at home while I was not just the first son but the first child, and so needed all the psychological support I could get. He stayed with me till the next day before returning to his village to join his own family. That is the kind of friend Solo was to me. It went beyond mere friendship”.
The Governor continued, “As young boys, we shared dreams of our tomorrow at a time when no one knew that we would find ourselves at the top echelon of public service. Solo’s death is definitely very hard for me to swallow”.
“Solo was a committed workaholic. He was prepared to go the extra mile to protect our mandate and whatever assignments he was given in our government, he handled with an uncommon commitment. You could never find him wanting. For him, it was beyond the ordinary call of duty, it was an obligation he owed me, his best friend. I trusted him completely,” he added.