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APC Chairman Slumps and Dies Hours After Attending a Meeting

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Mr. Vincent Okokoje, chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ward 9, Warri South Local Government Area, Delta State, is said to have fallen and died.

The APC Ward 12 Chairman, Comrade Gabriel Omorere, confirmed the report to journalists.

“We attended a meeting together on Wednesday at the residence of an APC leader in Warri South, Chief Ojogri,” he claimed. We only found out about his death on Thursday morning.

“Okokoje’s death comes as a shock to the APC in Warri South and Delta State in general.” The late Okokoje was a gentleman who enjoyed bringing harmony among his colleagues.

“The deceased was a man who worked very hard.” He was one of three ward chairmen that won their wards in the recent Warri South Constituency II election.”

Omorere, who led a group of APC chairmen to Warri South to express condolences to Okokoje’s wife, children, and family, also stated that the late chairman would be dearly missed.

“His departure has left a significant void within the APC in Warri South; I hope we can find someone like him to work hard and move the party forward,” he continued.

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