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Sen. Ekwunife Pays Condolence Visit To Reps Member, Hon. Uchenna Okonkwo Over Father’s Death



The Director General (DG), South East Governors’ Forum, Senator Uche Ekwunife, on Monday, paid a condolence visit to Hon. Uchenna Harris Okonkwo at his family house, Ojoto over the death of his father, Senator Annie Okonkwo.

Hon. Okonkwo represents Idemili North and South Federal Constituency, at the National Assembly.

A statement by Hon. Uchenna Harris Okonkwo Media Team explains that the visit comes as a gesture of support and sympathy following the passing of their beloved father, Annie Okonkwo, a notable figure in the political landscape.


According to the statement, “Sen. Uche Ekwunife’s presence during their trying times underscores her commitment to expressing unity and solidarity within the political and social circles of Anambra Central. With her history of representing the region as a senator and her current role in the South East Governors Forum.

The statement further explains that the passing of Sen. Annie Okonkwo marks a poignant moment in Anambra’s political history. As a respected figure, his absence will undoubtedly be felt by many.

“Sen. Uche Ekwunife’s condolence visit not only pays tribute to the late Sen. Okonkwo’s legacy but also offers comfort and support to his family during this difficult period.

“In her capacity as Director General of the South East Governors Forum, Sen. Ekwunife’s presence highlights the interconnectedness of political leaders in the region. Her gesture of condolence underscores the importance of unity, empathy, and shared humanity among these figures, transcending political boundaries in times of both celebration and sorrow.

“In conclusion, Sen. Uche Ekwunife’s visit to Hon. Uchenna Harris Okonkwo and family in the wake of Sen. Annie Okonkwo’s passing underscores the importance of unity, empathy, and shared humanity among political leaders. This gesture serves as a reminder that beyond their political roles, these figures are united by a sense of community and mutual respect.”the statement said.

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Edited By: Christian NWANGENE

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