COVID 19 KILLING: MAYUKU, GRIFTSON OTHERS PAY CONDOLENCE VISIT TO SLAIN VICTIM FAMILY

The duo of Hon. Barr. Daniel Mayuku, Executive Director, Projects and Hon. Griftson Omatsuli, Commissioner representing the Itsekiri nationality, both in Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) have paid a condolence visit to the family of late Joseph Pessu, who was killed recently in Warri, Delta state.

While speaking at the visit, Hon. Mayuku described the

death of Joseph Pessu as painful and an irreparable loss to both the family and the Itsekiri nation. He encouraged the family to take solace in God, no matter how painful the death is. He promised that his office will support the children of late Joseph Pessu in every way possible. He thereafter assured the family that the Delta State Government led by Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa is doing everything possible to make sure, the soul of the departed gets justice.

“The death of Joseph is very painful and irreparable, not only to your family but to the Itsekiri nation, as he was killed at his prime. But be encouraged and take solace in God; the one who knows everything. My office will do everything within its reach to assist the children late Joseph Pessu left behind. However, be assured that His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, the Executive Governor of Delta state is doing everything possible, so that our late son will receive justice” Mayuku said.

Speaking earlier, father of the late Joseph, Mr. Monday Pessu while thanking the delegation for their visit, said he believed that the soldier that killed his son was commissioned to do so. He pleaded with the delegation to use their good offices to assist him in getting justice for his late son. He further told the delegation that Joseph was a lovely boy, easy going and cool headed.

The condolence visit which was led by the Executive Director, Projects Barr. Daniel Mayuku had in attendance Hon. Griftson Timeyin Omatsuli, Commissioner representing the Itsekiri nationality, both in Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC), Hon. Emmanuel Amiwero, Mr. Williams Amiwero, and others.

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