The governorship candidate of the People’s democratic party in Abia state Prof Uche Ikonne has described the demise of the former national chairman of the PDP, Prince Vincent Ogbulafor, as a huge loss to the PDP, Abia state, and the nation at large.
The renowned professor of optometry and former Vice Chancellor lamented that the death of Prince Ogbulafor happened at a time the PDP needed his wealth of experience in party administration to stabilize and prepare the party for victory ahead of the 2023 general elections, he noted that the deceased is a statesman and a gentleman who had served the country in different capacities and is always committed to the development and growth of not just Abia state, but the nation at large.
Prof. Ikonne described the late Ogbulafor as a fertile mind whose time as a minister of the federal republic, PDP national secretary, national chairman, and prominent member of the board of trustees is still remarkable in the annals of history owing to his honesty, ingenuity, and dedication to duty and regretted that the party and the nation will miss his great leadership qualities and wise counsel.
The 2023 governorship hopeful, on behalf of his family and the Uche Ndi Abia Campaign Organization, urged the Ogbulafor family, the government and people of Abia state, and the PDP family to be consoled and bear the irreparable loss of Prince Ogbulafor with fortitude while praying to God to grant the soul of the deceased eternal rest.
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Uche Ndi Abia Campaign Organization