On Thursday, the Delta State Assembly held a farewell meeting for the late Mr. Kenneth Ogba, who represented the first constituency of Isoko South before his death. Our reporter reported that this was another sad moment for the House of Assembly. The Speaker and members of the House of Assembly reviewed the lives and times of their fallen colleagues.
They said that he was a loyal member of the seventh House. At 10:30 in the morning, the body of the late legislator, accompanied by family, friends, political partners and supporters, especially supporters from the Isoko nation, was taken to the sacred conference hall for a farewell meeting.
The farewell party lasting more than two hours was also witnessed by some former members of the House, including three former presiding officers Emmanuel Okoro, Kent Oamazon and Basil Ghanagana. At the ceremony, the Speaker of the House, Chief Sheriff Obolev Vori, said that it is difficult for him to preside over another farewell meeting. This is the third time in the past six months. Unfortunately, this is not his wish for the seventh House. Oborevwori described Ogba as a noble, kind and humble person, and pointed out that the late legislator was very enthusiastic about his beliefs, including his commitment to empowering the oppressed. Other senior officials and members of the House of Assembly attested in their eulogy that the late Mr. Kenneth Ogba was the epitome of manual labor, humility, simplicity and generosity, and emphasized that it is difficult to believe that Kenneth no longer exists. The parliamentarians insisted that he was an amazing man and an excellent Isoko country ambassador, recalling the time with his fallen colleague, saying that his honesty and struggle against injustice will be remembered by people, and that he has May reach the political peak. . Former President Dr. Emmanuel Okoro and two former House of Assembly, Johnson Erijo and Orezi Esivo, both from the Isoko Nation, said the death of Kenneth Ogba was sad , But they thank God, he left beautiful qualities and memories. Because it is selfless. Serve God and humanity. They all prayed to God to let the soul of the late Ogba rest forever. The late Kenneth Ogba, who died on June 27th, will be buried on Saturday, July 24th in Ole, the Isoko Local Government District in the southern part of the state. His elderly father, wife and children survived.