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GOVERNOR WIKE RECIEVES REMAINS OF RIVERS ATTORNEY

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The River State governor, Ezenwo Nyesom Wike, yesterday  received the remains of Honourable Emmanuel Chinwenwo Aguma (SAN) at the Port Harcourt international Airport alongside family of the late legal luminary.

Hon. Emmanuel Chinwenwo Aguma (SAN) was until his death ,the Attorney General and commissioner for justice River State.

Hon. Aguma died on Friday 10th of August 2018. In his speech, governor Wike described the late lawmaker as a loyal public officer who invested his mental resources and time to develop the state.  According to the governor ” Hon. Emmanuel Aguma was a loyal public officer who invested his mental resources and time to develop the state. An accomplished lawyer, one of  our very senior lawyers that we are proud of not only in River State, but across the country”

Meanwhile , governor Wike has set a committee for the burial the  late Aguma. The committee was innaugrauted on Friday 17th August 2018 at the Executive Council  Chambers of  Government house  Port Harcourt with Honourable Austin Opara as chairman, Dr A.J Baredugo as Secretary and 53 members .

Late Honourable Aguma will be buried on the 14th and 15th of September 2018 according to government press release.

May his soul rest in perfect peace.

Meanwhile , governor Wike has set a committee for the burial the  late Aguma. The committee was innaugrauted on Friday 17th August 2018 at the Executive Council  Chambers of  Government house  Port Harcourt with Honourable Austin Opara as chairman, Dr A.J Baredugo as Secretary and 53 members .

Late Honourable Aguma will be buried on the 14th and 15th of September 2018 according to government press release.

May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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