Speaker Dogara Mourns Tony Anenih


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Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara has condoled with the government and people of Edo State over the demise of elder statesman,  Chief Tony Anenih who died on Sunday at the age of 85.
In a condolence message,  Hon. Dogara described Chief Anenih’s death as a huge loss not only to Edo state but to the nation as a whole.
Dogara noted that  the late Anenih was a fine gentleman, great  mobiliser and a reputable nationalist who, all through his life,  believed in, worked and prompted peace and  unity in  Nigeria.
“We have lost a father,  counselor, leader par  excellence and a patriot who gave his all for the unity of this country”
“He was a distinguished and exemplary  officer while he served in the Nigeria Police until his retirement as Deputy Commissioner of Police”.
” On the political front,  Chief Anenih played politics without bitterness right from the days of the defunct National Party of Nigeria, NPN in the second republic to the  then  Social Democratic Party, SDP and later the People’s Democratic Party, PDP where he served as the Board of Trustees chairman, leaving indelible marks in the management of the party”.
“Our deepest condolences go to the Anenih family, the people and government of Edo state, and the nation at large”.

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