A former Delta State governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan has commiserated with the family of late Chief Sunny Odogwu over the death of the business icon, describing it as a monumental loss to the state and Nigeria.
Uduaghan told newsmen in Warri on Wednesday through his Media Assistant, Mr Monoyo Edon, that the late Odogwu was always providing useful ideas geared toward moving the state forward.
The former governor said that he also had the opportunity of tapping from Odogwu’s global experience in business.
He extolled the humility of the late philanthropist and industrialist, saying that in spite of his global connections, he returned home and was made a prominent traditional chief in Asaba (Ide Ahaba of Asaba). Read more