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The Delta State People’s Democratic Party PDP Deputy Governorship Candidate Sir Monday Onyeme mourned as the remains of Late Sen Patrick Enebeli Osakwe was laid to rest, saying he was a bridge builder, Political Icon and a father to all whose commitment to the growth of his children ( biological and Political Children) is second to none.
Until his demise, Late Sen. Patrick Enebeli Osakwe has championed so many social responsibility projects that has impacted positively on the lives of the People, his commitment to community and societal growth cannot be compared.
Speaking at the Funeral Service of Late Sen. Patrick Osakwe at St Augustine Catholic Church, Ugiliamai, Onicha-Ukwuani community in Ndokwa West LGA, Onyeme described the demise of Sen. Patrick Osakwe as painful, saddened and unfortunate adding that the death of Osakwe is not only a great loss to Ndokwa Nation but the state at large, it is Indeed a personal loss to me” he said.
According to Onyeme, Late Sen. Patrick Osakwe until his demise, he was not only Ndokwa finest brain, Astute Politician, my leader, our leader, father and an uncommon patriots but he was also a unifying force for Ndokwa nation and his contribution to the growth and development of Ndokwa Nation is something we cannot forget in a hurry”
“Late Sen. Patrick Enebeli Osakwe was an uncommon patriot, a visionary leader who had a presence of mind and whose understanding, love and concern towards the growth of the people was profound and remarkable” Onyeme added.
“It is with a heavy heart, I condoled with the nuclear family as our father and leader Late Sen. Patrick Osakwe was laid to rest at Ugiliamai, Onicha-Ukwuani community in Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State.