Rivers PDP Chairman, Bro Felix Obuah Condoles Aguma Family, Gov Wike Over Demise Of Attorney General, Emma Aguma (SAN)

The chairman of the Rivers State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Bro Felix Obuah has described the sudden death of the State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Barr. Emmanuel Chinwenwo Aguma (SAN), as one loss too many.

In his condolence message the State PDP Chairman noted that the erudite legal luminary was a special gift not only to the Aguma family but to the entire State, stressing that the greatest loss is not his physical death but what has died ‘inside us while we live’.

Bro Obuah pinpointed the amazing wisdom and demonstrable knowledge of the law, enviable infectious linguistic excellence, humility and political sagacity as the special attributes and trademarks of the late Attorney-General.

“Without mincing words or pretending, I make bold to say that we have lost a genius which has created a vacuum almost impossible to find a replacement”, the State PDP boss lamented.

He expressed his deep condolences and those of the leadership and members of the PDP in Rivers to the entire Aguma family, particularly his beloved wife, children and the Rivers State Governor, Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike, enjoining them to see the loss as not only to them but also to the entire State.

Bro Obuah said the memories of the late Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Emma Aguma will forever live in the minds of his loved ones and friends, noting that notwithstanding the physical transformation, ‘to live in someone’s heart is not to die’.

The State PDP chairman prayed God to grant the wife, children, the State Governor and the entire Aguma family the grace to carry on faithfully without the physical presence of the great icon and legal expert.

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