TRIBUTE TO AN ILLUSTRIOUS SON OF IBAJI LATE HON. ABAH JOHN REPRESENTING IBAJI CONSITUENCY IN THE STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY BY HON. OTINYA ERNEST EGWUJE  BY HARDCOP

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TRIBUTE TO AN ILLUSTRIOUS SON OF IBAJI LATE HON. ABAH JOHN REPRESENTING IBAJI CONSITUENCY IN THE STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

BY HON. OTINYA ERNEST EGWUJE

Death, according to Abdel-Kader, is seen as a black camel which kneels at the gate of all’. It has been the conclusion of men that Death has no sympathy for any and that is why the fear of death is worse than death itself.

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Psychologically, wealth and health tend to proffer solution to death but in a real sense death cause by accident could not be attributed to neither lack of wealth nor health. To Charles Caleb cotton, Death however is the liberation of him whom freedom cannot please; the physician of whom medicine cannot cure, the comforter of him whom time cannot console

To a distinct extent, Death is a relief that can absolve unappreciated freedom. This truly agrees with Felon who opined that ‘there were some who said that man at the point of Death was more free than all others, because death breaks every bond, and over the death the United World has no power.

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Surprisingly, in the democracy of the death all men at last are equal. There is neither rank nor station nor prerogative in the public of the grave. At this point wealth and health become more increasing meaningless due to their inability to transfer beyond the mortal.

Death in its agony needs to be embraced, finding its position as a golden key to eternity.
Interestingly, Hon. John Abah before his time was an epitome of love and a true ambassador of his people. Today Hon. Abah John is no more but the world can witness that he is a great achiever.

Painfully, the land of Ibaji is seriously affected, a seasoned and thorough bred lawmaker who contributed immensely to the overall development of his constituency and the state as a whole through his varipeople-orientated bills and motions is missed.

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Though we will miss your wealth of experience and contributions to the growth of the legislative arm of the s but the significant role you have played in the harmonious relationships that existed between the executive and the legislative arm of the state, will forever create an indelible mark in the life of the people of the state.

Finally, it is my prayer that the same grace of impact you carried should be extended to us as we step into the democratic shoes of yours.


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