Imo Governor mourns Moslems’ Chief Imam’s death

Governor Emeka Ihedioha, has commiserated with Muslims in the state on the death of Chief Imam, Alhaji Dauda Anozie Onyeagocha, who passed in the early hours of Tuesday.
He described Alhaji Onyeagocha as a peace loving leader who placed premium on the virtues of love and tolerance.
Governor Ihedioha noted that the late Chief Imam, a native of Amawom community in Owerri Municipal Local Government Area of Imo State, was a detribalized Nigerian, a bridge-builder, who contributed immensely to the peaceful co-existence of adherents of Islam and Christianity in the state.
While praying for the peaceful repose of his soul, the governor urged Muslims and all those who are saddened at his exit to bear the loss with fortitude and continue to imbibe his worthy legacies.

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