Late Eteidun Solomon Umana ran a good race, says Akpabio as he condoles family

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In his appreciation speech, Mr Kuseme Maxwell, thanked Senator Akpabio for the visit and keeping the cord that tied their relationship till date. He assured the former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs of their support and prayers towards his future endeavors.”

*Photo: Akpabio (standing) during the condolence visit *

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National Vice Chairman APC Presidential Campaign Council and APC candidate for Akwa Ibom North West Senatorial District, Senator Godswill Akpabio, on Saturday visited the Umana family in Essien Udim Local Government Area, to condole them over the loss of their father, Eteidun Solomon Umana.

He described the late Eteidun as a good man, who ran a good race adding, “I am happy to hear that he prayed for the peace and development of the village,  blessed the children, ate and drank with them before he left.

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“That is the quality of a good leader and father. My belief is that our dead ones turn to our Angels after their death to take protect all of us here. I pray that our departed father will take care of the people he left behind as their guardian Angel”.

Responding, Prince Anietie Umana said, “we are so much elated with the visit of our dear Senator to our  house. We pray for the success of the Senator in his future endeavors. We Pray for God’s guidance and protection over our Senator and his entourage.”

Similarly, the former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, also paid a condolence visit to the family of Late Maxwell Udo Ekpe. He prayed for the repose of the departed father and community leader. He also payed to God to grant the entire family the fortitude to bear the great loss.

In his appreciation speech, Mr Kuseme Maxwell, thanked Senator Akpabio for the visit and keeping the cord that tied their relationship till date. He assured the former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs of their support and prayers towards his future endeavors.

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