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Abia has lost another great son – Ikpeazu reacts to Godswill Obioma’s death

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Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has reacted to the loss of life of the Registrar and Chief Government Officer of the Nationwide Examinations Council (NECO), Professor Godswill Obioma.

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In an announcement by his Chief Press Secretary, Sir Onyebuchi Ememanka, the governor described the loss of life as profoundly unhappy and one more blow to the individuals of Abia State.

DAILY POST had reported that Godswill Obioma died on Tuesday after a short sickness, his son, Prince Godswill Obioma the second confirmed.

Governor Ikpeazu recalled that on Could 22 2020, he despatched a message of congratulations to Professor Obioma over his appointment because the Registrar of the Nationwide Examinations Council.

He mentioned, “It’s profoundly miserable for me to write down a loss of life tribute to certainly one of our best teachers from Abia State, simply barely one 12 months after I had written him a letter of congratulations on his appointment as NECO Registrar”.

“Simply final week, we buried the Late Engr Chidi Izuwah, the Director Basic of the Infrastructure Regulatory and Concession Fee on the Presidency. Now now we have misplaced Professor Obioma.

“These males have been of a particular breed and represented our best human useful resource contributions to the event of our nation. Dropping these two eminent and scholarly gents in fast succession is certainly very unhappy for me as Governor and for our state”.

Governor Ikpeazu acknowledged for emphasis that the loss of life of Professor Obioma was resulting from pure causes, describing as unlucky the try and politicize the loss of life and provides it ethnic undertones with the only real goal of exacerbating the already charged scenario within the nation.

Gunmen homicide NECO Registrar, Godswill Obioma

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