Mulade says William Ibori demise colossal lost, as Okowa, Uduaghan, Amori, Igbakpa, Edevbe, Omoko others condole family

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Chief William Ibori


By Kparobo Ehvwubare
A front line Delta State House of Assembly hopeful for Warri South-West constituency in  the forthcoming 2019 general general election, Sheriff Mulade has described the demise of the elder brother to fprmer Gov. James Ibori as a colossal lost to his immediate family, political associates, Deltans in particular and Nigeria at large.

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Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa
The Warri South House of Assembly hopeful stated at the weekend, while reacting to the sudden death of High Chief William Ibori in Warri noted that Chief Willaim Ibori was a father to all, who would be greatly missed.
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According to  Sheriff Mulade, "Late Chief William Ibori an elder brother to Delta State former Governor Chief James Ibori,  was astute  politician, a democrat to the core and a man of integrity who supported his friends and helped to attract development to Oghara Kingdom and Delta State". He stated.

He sympathized with the family of Chief James  Ibori the political leader of Delta State, nothing that the death of Chief William Ibori  is an irreplaceable, he  prayed God to grant the family of the former Delta State governor and political associates the grace to bear the irreplaceable loss.

In a related development, at the weekend Delta State governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, Chief Ighoyota Amori, Hon. Ben Igbakpa, Chief Mike Adiotomre, David Edevbe, Arthur Akpowowo were among the first visitors that signed that condolence register opened at the Oghara residence of Chief William Ibori.
Chief James Ibori and Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan arriving Chief William Residence in Oghara at the weekend

According to the immediate past Delta State governor and Delta South senatorial aspirant, Emmanuel Uduaghan described William Ibori demise as a personal lost to him, stressing that he was like a father to him who played supportive roles when he was a governor.

For Ben Igbakpa, noted that the news of William Ibori came to him as a rude shock, whom was known for his honestly, fatherly and above all God fearing his dealings, while praying to God to grant Chief James Ibori and the entire members of the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable lost


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