PDP issues statement on death of Governor Yakowa, Former NSA Azazi

Gov. Patrick Yakowa

Gov. Patrick Yakowa

National Publicity Secretary of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Olisa Metuh has just issued a statement confirming the death of Governor Patrick Yakowa and former National Security Adviser Andrew Owoye Azazi.

“The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed utter shock and devastating grief at the news of the death of the Executive Governor of Kaduna State, Mr. Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa and other prominent Nigerians, including the former National Security Adviser, General Owoye Azazi in a helicopter crash today.

” Our great Party is shocked beyond imagination and no words can adequately give expression to the depth of our grief. What a colossal loss! “

“The nation has lost a great patriot who in about two years in saddle as the Governor of Kaduna State demonstrated an unyielding capacity in wielding together varying fragile interests. He rendered quality stewardship to his people. Even in the face of daunting security challenges, nothing came close to compromising his iron cast resolve and faith that the phase must certainly pass. It is unfortunate that the nation has lost him at this critical curve in our national history.”

” On behalf of the National Executive Committee and other members of the PDP, the National Chairman of our great Party, Dr. Bamanga Tukur wishes to condole with the government and the people of Kaduna State as well as the family of late Governor Yakowa on this very painful loss. Your tear is our broken heart!”

“We wish to also send our heart felt condolence to the family of General Azazi as well as to the families of other Nigerians involved in the unfortunate crash. We beseech God to give them the strength to withstand this harshest sting of the painful loss of dear ones.”

Chief Olisa Metuh

National Publicity Secretary.

  1. Joshua Daniel Reply

    May there sours rest inpease. It left for us, if u’re doing good, keep un be good for we don’t know the time or day that will aurs.

  2. Akinsanmi Akintayo Samuel Reply

    If truly u feel 4 dis people send ur condolences to d families.

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