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Wife of Taraba Gov. Commiserates with Bereaved Families.

Barr. Anna Ishaku condoling Late S.Y Giwa's family
Barr. Anna Ishaku condoling Late S.Y Giwa’s family

The wife of Taraba State Governor, Barr. Anna Darius Ishaku has commiserated with families of the bereaved in the State.

The wife of the Governor who first visited the family of the Late Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media and Publicity, Mr. Sylvanus Giwa, expressed shock over his sudden demise and prayed God to comfort the family and grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

According to her, death is a gateway to a better life hereafter, as she urged the family to take the loss as an act of God, while prayingGod to oversee the upbringing of the children he left behind.

Responding on behalf of the family, Mr. Innocent Yakubu Giwa appreciated the Governor’s wife, the State Government and individuals who sympathised with and supported them in their moment of trial, and prayed God to reward them bountifully.

Late Sylvanus Giwa will be buried on 1st July, 2017 in his hometown in Takum Local Government Area of Taraba State.

Similarly, the wife of the State Governor has also condoled the family of Late Sergeant Emmanuel Zegejir, the Pilot driver attached to her convoy.

Barr. Anna Ishaku prayed God to grant the deseased eternal rest, and the family, the grace to bear the loss.

Responding on behalf of the family, Mr. Mark Zamber appreciated the visit by the Governor’s wife, praying God to bless her and the Government of Taraba State.

During the visit, the Senior Special Assistant to the Wife of the Governor on Media and Publicity, Mrs. Elizabeth Usen Smith prayed for the children of the deseased, relatives and general well being of the family.

Late Sergeant Emmanuel Zegejir has since being laid to rest at his hometown in Uzer Village, Logo Local Government  Area of Benue State.

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