- Kogi state deputy governor, Edward Onoja opened up about an accident he was involved in
- The politician on social media gave thanks to God after surviving a terrible accident
- Onoja is full of praise and noted that his God never disappoints
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The deputy governor of Kogi state, Edward Onoja, on Friday, July 10, gave thanks to God on social media after he survived a terrible accident.
Onoja who was recently involved in a car accident, took to his Facebook page to share pictures from the terrifying experience and praised God for being alive.
Though he did not give too many details about how the accident happened, Onoja expressed gratitude to God for sparing his life. The deputy governor went on to note that his God never disappoints.
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Well-wishers who were concerned about the deputy governor's safety flooded the comment section with goodwill messages.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the chairman of the Kogi state security trust fund, Siaka Oyibo, died at the age of 69.
The Kogi state government revealed this in a statement, on Thursday, July 2. The statement signed by the state commissioner for information and communications, Kingsley Fanwo, said Oyibo died from diabetes.
Part of the statement reads: “Oyibo was hugely instrumental to the security strides of the Governor Yahaya Bello administration as the chairman of the security trust fund.
Before Oyibo's unfortunate passing, the personal assistant to Governor Yahaya Bello, Abdulateef Suleiman, was declared dead.
A statement from the governor's spokesman, Onogwu Muhammed on Wednesday, June 17, revealed that the late Suleiman died in a private hospital in Abuja.
The statement reads: “We regret to announce the passage of the personal assistant to the governor of Kogi state, Abdulateef Suleiman.“The deceased had been on admission at a private hospital in Abuja for the treatment of septic shock but died of cardiac arrest this morning."
Similarly, Nasir Ajanah, the chief judge of Kogi state recently died at a COVID-19 isolation centre in Gwagwalada, Abuja. A family member of the late chief judge confirmed his death on Sunday morning, June 28.
The deaths are coming at a time Governor Bello has consistently dismissed the COVID-19 pandemic as an artificial creation.
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