Ukah Eulogizes Late DBS, Warri, Board Member, Idogho …Condoles family on loss


Nigeria (Blank NEWS Online) – 

Late Foreman-Brown Idogho

Late Foreman-Brown Idogho


Head of the supervisory ministry of Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS), Warri, and Commissioner for Information, Mr. Patrick Ukah, has described Late Foreman Idogho as a strong Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) member who worked fervently for the emergence of Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa as governor of Delta State and the victory of the PDP at the polls in the state.

Ukah, who condoled with the Idogho family, stated that the governor and the state government would not relent in making sure that the immediate family of the late DBS, Warri, board member is adequately catered for, considering his immense contribution to the advancement of the state.

While saying that the laudable contributions of the Late Idogho would be greatly missed by Deltans, Ukah said his untimely death was a great loss to DBS, Warri, where he was appointed to serve with a view to contributing his efforts towards the growth of the state owned broadcasting outfit.

He described the PDP stalwart as an astute politician who was proactive to dealing with issues and dedicated to the party’s cause in the state.

Ukah also hailed Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for finding time out of his busy schedule to attend the burial ceremony, adding that the Late Foreman Idogho was a man after the Governor’s heart, owing to the deceased character, personality and commitment to PDP’s success in the state.

Until he met his untimely death, Late Idogho, aged 50, was a member of the board of DBS, Warri, and hailed from Uzere, Isoko South local government area of Delta state.

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