Douye Diri Commiserates With Alabo Graham-Douglas Family of Abonnema
The Governor of Bayelsa state, Senator Douye Diri has commiserated with the Alabo Graham-Douglas family of Abonnema community in Akukutoru local government area of Rivers State over the death of Alabo Tonye Graham Douglas who was a prominent Ijaw leader.
Alabo Tonye Graham Douglas who was at one time a Minister of Social Development, Youth and Sports, Aviation, Labour and Productivity as well as Culture and Tourism died a week ago in Abuja at the age of 82.
In a condolence message to the family, Governor Diri described Alabo Graham Douglas as a foremost nationalist and cultural icon adding that the departed statesman belongs to the Ijaw elite that made the ethnic group proud.
Governor Diri noted that the four time minister was an exceptional politician would be greatly missed for his frankness, forthrightness and fatherly disposition.
He urged the family to take solace in the fact that Alabo Graham Douglas lived a fulfilled life that impacted on not only those whose path crossed with his but also the whole of Ijaw nation and Nigeria.
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