AYO NI 00!! Senator Abaribe Mourns Loss of Senator Ayogu Eze | #NwokeukwuMascot

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Former Senate Minority Leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, expressed deep sorrow over the sudden passing of Senator Ayogu Eze, emphasizing the significant loss to Nigeria's cadre of distinguished Senators.


In a statement released by his Media Adviser, Uchenna Awom, in Abuja on Friday, Senator Abaribe reminisced about Senator Eze's pivotal role during his tenure as the Senate spokesman in the sixth senate, highlighting his exceptional contributions to the legislative process.


"Senator Eze's legacy as a proactive lawmaker and former Senate spokesperson remains indelible. His adeptness in legislative matters during the sixth and seventh sessions set a high standard," Senator Abaribe remarked.


The Abia South Senator  praised Senator Ayogu Eze's dynamic presence both within and outside the Senate chambers, noting his activism and charismatic demeanor that earned him respect across party lines.


"The timing of his passing is particularly poignant, as his wisdom and insight are sorely needed in our nation. He was a true democrat, a skilled politician, and an intellectual journalist," Senator Abaribe reflected.


Senator Abaribe lauded Senator Eze's contributions to Nigeria's democratic evolution, his effective representation of his constituents, and his notable efforts in promoting political discourse in Enugu State.


In closing, Senator Abaribe extended heartfelt condolences to Senator Eze's family, the Senate, the Government, and the people of Enugu State, acknowledging the profound void left by his passing.

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