- Micheal Ameh Oboni has been confirmed dead
- Until his death, he was the Attah of Igala, chairman, Kogi state traditional council
- Meanwhile, no official statement has been issued on the death
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In what will be sad news to many people in Kogi state, the Attah of Igala, chairman, Kogi state traditional council, Dr Micheal Ameh Oboni has been reported dead.
The paramount ruler died in Abuja on Wednesday, August 26, in an undisclosed private hospital. Tribune reports.
According to the newspaper, as at the time of filing the report, the Kogi state government and the traditional council in Igala are yet to issue any statement on the demise of the paramount ruler.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was plunged into mourning following the death Alhaji Fatai Adeyanju.
Adeyanju, who passed away in the early hours on Saturday, August 8, was the former national auditor of the opposition party.
The one-time governorship aspirant in Kogi state died at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Abeokuta, at the age of 59.
The remains of the politician would be buried according to Islamic injunctions at his Asero residence in Abeokuta.
Legit.ng had also reported that PDP Abia state chairman Johnson Onuigbo passed on. Onuigbo popularly known as Akinboard passed away late hours on Monday, July 27, after a brief illness.
His body has been deposited at an undisclosed hospital mortuary in Umuahia. A source who spoke to the media house on the condition of anonymity said the cause of Onuigbo's death is not yet known.
In another sad development, Legit.ng had reported the death of the immediate past national vice-chairman (northwest) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Alhaji Inuwa Abdukadir.
Abdukadir passed away on Monday, July 6. Although there were no confirmations whether his death was connected with Covid-19 or not, multiple sources stated that the APC leader was sick in the early hours of Monday and later gave up the ghost.
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