Jnr Pope: Akwa Ibom Governor Visits MUA’s Family, to Renovate Their House, Gives Sister Employment

Jnr Pope: Akwa Ibom Governor Visits MUA’s Family, to Renovate Their House, Gives Sister Employment

  • The family of the makeup artist who died alongside Jnr Pope, Abigail Frederick, has been visited by the governor of Akwa Ibom, Umo Eno
  • The politician visited the grieving family to offer his condolences following the demise of their 24-year-old daughter
  • Governor Eno vowed to finish building their family home, and offered the deceased’s sister employment, among other things

The tragic death of Abigail Frederick, the young makeup artist who drowned alongside Jnr Pope and others, has drawn the attention of Akwa Ibom state governor, Umo Eno.

Following the demise of the 24-year-old, Governor Eno visited her family to offer his condolences.

Jnr Pope: Akwa Ibom governor, Umo Eno visits late makeup artist's family.
Jnr Pope: Akwa Ibom governor to help late makeup artist's family. Photos: @pastorumoeno
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In an emotional video making the rounds online, the politician consoled Abigail's parents and her siblings who were still in shock over the tragic death.

During the visit, the state governor mentioned how he had ordered Abigail’s corpse to be brought back home after she was quickly buried by the river bank.

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Akwa Ibom governor to help Abigail’s family

To further ease the late Abigail’s parents’ pain, Governor Umo Eno disclosed that he would be completing the building of their family home.

He also offered immediate employment to Abigail’s elder sister and promised to assist the two younger sisters who were still in the university.

The governor’s press statement reads in part:

“In response to this tragedy, I took immediate action to assist the family. I provided automatic employment in the State Civil Service to the elder sister of the deceased and directed the renovation of their family house. Additionally, Government's support was promised to the undergraduate sisters studying at the University of Uyo.”

See videos and photos from the governor’s visit below:

Reactions trail Akwa Ibom governor’s visit

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Many netizens reacted to the Akwa Ibom state governor showing up for the late Abigail Frederick’s family. Read some of their comments below:


“The Breadwinner of the family accomplished her mission in mysterious way, Kabioosi olodumare toto re o .”


“God bless him , it is well .”


“You do this one well Mr governor...As the pillar of the house, she left but still didn't go.”


“A very sad reality. May we not die for the glory of our family to shine.”


“Wow God bless his heart.”


“Nah to fulfill promise oh no be to talk am .”


“God bless our Governor for stepping in for this family the pain of losing your loved ones is unbearable may God console them .”


“Oh! My…… may her soul rest in peace ❤️.”


“God bless the governor, she really sacrificed alot for her Family. Rest in peace Abigail.”

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“I love what he said in Akwaibom dialect , she didn’t go to do prostitution or to steal but to work legitimately...”


“Politics apart, this man is a good man.”


“This step by the governor is quite consoling even though nothing can compensate the loss of a child...✨”


“This Governor is a good Man. He is always following up on things.”

Good Samaritan to sponsor makeup artist's siblings' education

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that shortly after the tragic deaths of Jnr Pope, Abigail Frederick and others, the president of the Actors’ Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas, took to social media to share a good Samaritan’s plans for the late makeup artist’s siblings.

It was gathered that a good Samaritan had come forward to take on the university fees of Abigail’s siblings. Not stopping there, the person went ahead to pay for their first semester education.

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Not stopping there, the AGN president went on to announce that one Chukwuma Ideh also reached out to the sound technician, Precious’ father, and sent him N500,000.

Source: Legit.ng

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