Egbuwoku’s Death, Blow To Democracy –Dr. (Pharm.) Ejakpovi

Nigeria (Blank NEWS Online) – 

Late High Chief Tom Egbuwoku

Late High Chief Tom Egbuwoku

The Chairman, Governing Council, Delta State College of Health Technology, Ofuoma-Ughelli, Dr. (Pharm.) Nelson Ejakpovi has described the death of High Chief Tom Egbuwoku as a big loss to democracy.

Dr Ejakpovi gave the description yesterday while reacting to the news of the passage of the former Chief Whip of the House of Representatives who was elected on the platform of the defunct Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) and former chairman, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association/ Africa’s representative.

According too Dr. Ejakpovi said, “with a sad heart, I received the news of the passage of the doyen of Isoko politics, High Chief Tom U.B Egbuwoku, the Okpure of Emede Kingdom.”

“He was not only a strong voice in the defunct Bendel State but, positioned the Isokos as a nation with vibrant politicians, his death at this stage in our nation’s history when we still need his advice is a big loss to democracy, from the inception of our party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), he was a unifying factor not only in Isoko ethnic nationality, the state but, the country.”

Dr. Ejakpovi who commiserated with the immediate family of the deceased, asserted, *the family should take solace in the fact that High Chief served the nation meritoriously and left his foot prints on the sands of time.”

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