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Godwin Daboh Adzuana controversial politician, dead

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The death of controversial politician, Godwin Daboh Adzuana has been described as a lose to the nation.

The Senate President, Senator David Mark, Thursday made this known in his condolence message signed by his media aide, Paul Mumeh

The Benue State born politician and stalwart of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Godwin Daboh Adzuana died on Thursday at the Garki Hospital, Abuja.

Further Mark in his condolence message hinted  that  Dabo was a political strategist and a goal getter.

“We shall miss his political engineering, his wit and humor even in the face of adversity. He was daring, fearless and courageous. He never shifted ground once he believes in a course,” Mark stressed.

He said the People of Benue and indeed Nigerians would miss the political sagacity of Dabo who was always there when it mattered politically.

Senator Mark added that no matter how much you loved or hated him, Dabo was a politician of note who could not be ignored.

He, however, enjoined the people of Benue State, especially the bereaved family to take solace in the fact that late Dabo lived an eventful life and left his footprint on the sand of time.

Senator Mark prayed that the Almighty God grant him eternal rest.

Dr. Godwin Adzuana Daboh made his first foray into politics in 1957 when he became a member of the United Middle Belt Congress (UMBC) and later a chieftain of the National Party of Nigeria (NPN). And  former chairman of Benue Cement Company

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