by patrick ochoga, Benin City
Edo State governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki has expressed shock and sorrow on the death of Kenneth Enahoro, who he described as a good friend and supporter.
Besides, the governor also condoled with the family of the statesman on his unexpected death.
A statement from the Office of his Chief Press Secretary (interim)
recalled that Kenneth Enahoro, who was the eldest son of the revered Late Chief Anthony Enahoro passed away early Sunday morning at the age of 63.
Also recalling his relationship with the late Enahoro, Governor
Obaseki said even before he campaigned to run for governorship, the statesman had been a friend and adviser, whose wise counsel guided him in many of the decisions he took.
The governor said: “Nigeria, Edo State, Esan land and the Enahoro family have lost a brilliant son with a very analytical and patriotic mind”.
He urged the Enahoro family to bear the loss, which he shared with them, bravely and with fortitude.
Okowa Calls On Nigerians To Go For Regular Health Check Governor of Delta State, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has urged Nigerians to go for regular health check to enable them identify early signs of health issues.
The governor made the call yesterday while flagging off free eye screening, tests, glasses and surgery at Ozoro, Isoko North local government area of the state. The ceremony was the second phase of its kind sponsored by the administration of Hon. Emmanuel Egbabor as the Chairman, Isoko North local government council.