Isoko Group Mourns Owhefere’s Demise, Says He Was Passionate About Common Good
The Isoko Advancement Network (IAN), a socio-cultural pressure organization has commiserated with the State House of Assembly, Isoko nation and the Owhefere family over the death of the Majority Leader of the House, Hon. Tim Kome Owhefere.
In a statement titled ‘a painful exit,’ IAN said that it received the news of Owhefere’s untimely demise with “shock and total dismay.”
According to the statement endorsed by the Chairman, Chief Paul Odhomor, the deceased who was at a time a member of the IAN, was “passionate about common good and the overall development of his constituency.”
“His exit is painful and a great loss to the Isoko nation. We take solace in his life hereafter, and hereby commiserate with the immediate family, Isoko Political Class, the Speaker and members of the State House of Assembly and Deltans in general,” IAN stated,
The Isoko group prayed to God Almighty to grant his departed soul eternal rest.