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Ododo and Odu express condolences together with the former government over the death of their son

Kogi State Governor Ahmed Ododo has expressed condolences to former Governor Ibrahim Idris who mourns the death of his son and former lawmaker Mohammed Idris who represented Ampa/Olamboro/Omara Federal Constituency in the Green House. .

Minister of Steel Development Shuaib Audu also expressed sadness over the sudden death of Muhammad Idris.

In a message of condolence signed by Ismaila Isa, Special Adviser to the Governor on Media, the Governor described the death as a tragic loss and expressed his deepest sympathies to Idris' family.

Mr. Ododo said the deceased was his brother, whom he felt was a valued compatriot, and that the last time they met was in March 2024, when Mr. Ododo, as governor of Kogi, paid a solidarity visit with officials from the Omara Local Council. It pointed out. They had a useful discussion about the state's plans.

The governor appealed to the bereaved family to take solace in the knowledge that the deceased lived a life full of valuable achievements as a politician and businessman.

He prayed to God to give the former lawmaker and his family the fortitude to bear the loss.
The minister, in a condolence message by his Special Assistant on Media, Lizzy Okoji, condoled with former Governor Ibrahim Idris, his family and the people of Kogi East on the loss.

He said the former lawmaker's death was a monumental loss to society, his community and the old tree he had such an impact on.

The minister urged the bereaved father, Idris, to take solace in the fact that his son lived a short but good life and will be remembered for his contributions to humanity.

He also prayed to God to give the late Al Jana Firdaus and his family the heart to bear the loss.

Born December 8, 1969, Mohammed Idris, who served as Member of Parliament for Ankpa/Olamboro/Omara Federal Constituency from 2011 to 2015, passed away on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, in Abuja at the age of 55.


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