Tuesday, March 25, 2014

TRAGIC: State Commissioner Died After Sack, READ What Family Members Are Saying Killed Him


Taraba State Commissioner of Works, Mr. Jonah Agyo, who was sacked alongside eight members of the State Executive Council by Acting Governor Garba Umar for allegedly failing to account for the N400 million Federal Government’s intervention funds for victims of flood disaster in the state, is dead.
 *Acting Governor of Taraba State, Alhaji Garba Umar
The former Commissioner died at Courage Clinic, Jalingo after a prolong illness.
A source close to the late commissioner's family informed that the deceased would be buried in his country home Wukari, Taraba South on Saturday.
According to the source, “the sack broke Agyo’s heart, which may have quickened his death
He added: “Agyo was a very sad man for what he felt tarnished the image of his brilliant career.
“Agyo was on his sickbed in Israel when the House of Assembly panel constituted at the directive of the acting governor indicted him.
“He was largely away throughout the period and never saw a penny of the flood fund.”
It was also informed that Agyo’s family members, led by the deceased’s first son, Magai, has rejected a suggestion made by Taraba State House of Assembly Speaker, Josiah Sabo Kente, who visited the family to condole them, that he would relay the sad news to the acting governor.
“After tarnishing his (Agyo’s) image they want to come and play politics at his funeral. We won’t take that,” Agyo’s relatives were reported to have stated.

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