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President Buhari mourns Major General Orho Obada Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari sends condolences to government and people of Delta State over the passing of former Federal Commissioner for Works, Maj. Gen. Orho Esio Obada (Rtd), extending sympathies to family and friends.

The President commiserates with Agbarho Kingdom in Ughelli North Local Council, and Urhobo Progress Union, urging all his associates to draw strength from the legacies that he left behind, most commendably his willingness to serve the country, and humanity.

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President Buhari notes, with sadness, that the former acting Chief of Air Staff served in many strategic positions in the military, and his wealth of experience had been helpful to the country for many years after his retirement.

The President prays that the almighty God will accept the soul of the departed, and comfort his family.

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