Former Education Minister, Gbagi, Passes Away at 62: A Tribute to His Life and Legacy

Former Education Minister and SDP governorship candidate in Delta in the 2023 elections, Olorogun Barr Kenneth Omemavwa Gbagi, has passed on the age of 62.
Gbagi, who was a prominent figure in the Nigerian education sector, as well as an accomplished industrialist, died on Saturday, May 4th, 2024.
The news of his passing was confirmed by a statement from his eldest son, Chief Emuoboh Gbagi, on behalf of the Gbagi family.
The statement expressed profound sadness but gratitude to God for the life and impact of the late Minister.
It highlighted his achievements and the memories that will be cherished by his family, friends, and the countless individuals and communities he touched throughout his life.
Gbagi was not only a respected figure in the education sector but also the governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in the last election in Delta State.
His diverse career also included being a renowned criminologist and senior lawyer.
As the Nigerian education and political communities mourn the loss of Olorogun Barr Kenneth Omemavwa Gbagi, his legacy as a dedicated public servant and leader will be remembered.
The statement concluded with a request for thoughts and prayers for the Gbagi family during this challenging time.
In this time of mourning, it is important to remember the impact that Olorogun Barr Kenneth Omemavwa Gbagi had on the education sector and the Nigerian political landscape.
His contributions to the country and its people will be remembered for years to come. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
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