Dafinone mourns Eme Mukoro’s death, consoles family, Delta APC

Senator Representing Delta Central Senatorial district, Senator Ede Dafinone, has expressed shock and sadness over the death of Olorogun Engr. Eme Mukoro, who passed on Tuesday after a brief illness.

The Delta Central lawmaker, in his condolences message to Eme Mukoro’s family, his wife, Chief (Mrs) Obukome Elaine Ibru-Mukoro, Otughievwen community in Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta and Delta APC, said that he is heartbroken over the sad news of Mukoro’s death.

Olorogun Engr. Eme Mukoro reportedly passed on in Lagos on Tuesday after a brief illness and until his death was a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress APC in Delta State and a prominent chief in Ughievwen kingdom.

Senator Dafinone in a signed statement said; “It’s with profound sorrow that I extend my deepest condolences to the family of Olorogun Engr. Eme Mukoro on the passing of our esteemed brother, father, and leader.

“Olorogun Engr. Eme Mukoro, a former member of the Delta State House of Assembly and a distinguished chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), was a committed figure in our community whose contributions have left an indelible mark on the political landscape of Delta State.

“His dedication to public service and his unwavering commitment to the development of Ughelli South Local Government were exemplary. Olorogun Engr. Eme Mukoro was a man of integrity, vision, and compassion, whose advocacy for the people of Delta State will be remembered and cherished for a very long time.

“In this time of grief, I join the people of Delta Central Senatorial District in mourning the loss of a great Urhobo son. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, particularly his wife, Chief (Mrs) Obukome Elaine Ibru-Mukoro, friends, and colleagues. May the Almighty grant them the strength and fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss.

“Olorogun Engr. Eme Mukoro’s legacy of service, dedication, and love for his community will continue to inspire us all.

“I enjoin those that he left behind to honour his memory by continuing the work he was so passionate about, striving to build a better and more prosperous Delta State.

“May his soul rest in perfect peace,” the statement added.

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