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Taraba State Governor’s Wife Visits Agellah’s Family

It is no doubt that the holy book said Mourn with those who are mourning. Taraba State Governors wife join the family of Agellah to mourn the demise of thier son

Wife of Taraba Governor Visits Agellah's Family oCharles Agellah who was born on the 22nd of November 1954 and died on the 18th March 2016.
Until his death late Charles was a member of the Nigeria Union of Journalist.

Late Charles Agellah joined the service of the Nigeria Television Authority from the year 1985 to 1991 as a news reporter where he resigned and joined Nigeria Standard Newspaper PLC in 1993 to 2014.

He retired as a correspondence Editor WEF on the 22nd November 2014. Until his demise, he was a contract officer with the Nigeria Standard Newspaper PLC and worked with the correspondence chapel of the Union of Journalist in Government house Jalingo.

He left behind an aged mother Deaconess Hauwa Agellah, wife Mrs Fatima Charles Agella, children Alfred Charles Agellah, Mary Charles Agellah and relations.

He has been buried according to Christian rights at his residence, Magami Area Jalingo.
Wife of the Taraba State Governor, Barr Anna Darius Ishaku paid the family a condolence at his residence at Magami, Jalingo. In her remark about the deceased, she said the sudden loss of Charles Agellah was a sad loss to the family and Taraba State as a whole and it is with heavy hearts we received the news but there is nothing we can do about it. She prayed to God to comfort the family and grant them the fortitude to bear the loss.

In response to Her Excellency, the sister of the deceased stated that on behalf of the entire family they appreciated the wife of the Governor for taking the time out of her busy schedule to join them in mourning pointing out that it was not easy to lose 2 family members in a span of 2 weeks.

Charles Agellah will be greatly missed by all, may his soul rest in peace.

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