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Friday, 16 June 2017

Abuja flood kills APC Board of Trustee member, Olisaemeka Akamukalem

 Sir Olisaemeka Akamukalem, a member of the Board of Trustees of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has died. The party chieftain, who was an indigene of Delta State, died on Tuesday in Gwarimpa, Abuja, after heavy rainfall swept away his car with him in it.

The remains of the 57-year-old man has been deposited at the Kubwa General Hospital morgue. 
In a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday and signed by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Bolaji Abdullahi,  APC confirmed the news of Akamukalem's death. APC recalled that the late Akamukali was the former National Chairman of the Democratic Peoples Party (DPP) that merged with others to form the APC in 2013. He had also served as the first Assistant National Secretary of the All Peoples Party (APP).

The statement read in part: 
“He was the Director-General of Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso Campaign for President and thereafter served as member of the APC Presidential Campaign Committee that worked for the successful election of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015. The late party chieftain who served the APC as first interim National Auditor was one the stabilizing forces in the party and always identified with progressive causes to strengthen the Party and ensure unity among members. Sadly, the late Akamukali has left us at a critical time when he was needed to contribute to nation building and the implementation of the APC Change Agenda. We however take solace knowing that the late party chieftain lived a fulfilled and impactful life during his time on earth."

15 comments:

Joy Okwuwa said...

May his soul rest in peace.May God comfort his family

Joy Okwuwa said...

May his soul rest in peace.May God comfort his family

Bheem said...

I'm confused by this story. Something just doesn't add up; flood killing someone in Gwarinpa kwa?

Anonymous said...

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Rojer said...

if his people had done their work by providing us with adequate drainage system's' the

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flood wouldn't have happened in the first place. May his soul rest in peace.May God comfort his family

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

What a way to go...rip


Long live LIB

Dockeeys said...

But wait oh! Flood in what part of Abuja? I will certainly refute the claim, if it is said to be gwarinpa

Anonymous said...

When you hear lighting and thunder, gone somewhere hide. When it's flooding, make the best decision.
Life is way more important than trying to make that appointment or whatever.
Which kind news be this. Flood kwa. Is the car canoe???? Hian!!!! I cant. I don't know what really happened but I just can't!!!! RIP man. So sad!!!

Patrick Tekena said...

I miss u so much uncle I can't hold back my tears...I miss u forever

Vivian Reginalds said...

hmm nemesis?
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GALORE said...

Talk true... Na him money you miss



@Galore

Anonymous said...

My dear, I am just wondering!!!
What kind of car will be so easily swept away???
Even Keke cannot be swept away easily like that

Anonymous said...

Uncle? Are you from okpanam ?

DFC anonymous said...

May His soul rest in peace

Phina Anyanwu said...

God.I was in a transport from asaba to abj with him on 29/5/2017. We talked politic all through the journey. Never knew he was a politician. A nice man is gone

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