The paramount ruler of Agbor kingdom, HRM Dr. Benjamin Ikenchuku Keagborekuzi I, the Dein of Agbor, has commiserated with victims of the gas plant explosion which occurred on Friday, January 22, 2021 in Agbor.The revered king was represented by a delegation of his palace Chiefs led by Chief Benjamin Ogwu, who visited the incident scene with a view to assessing the situation. They also visited houses of the victims and subsequently conveyed the majesty’s message to the victims.
Consequently upon the majesty’s findings, he expressed deep sadness over the devastating fire incident, while calling on government, various authorities and plants operators to always ensure precautionary measures to avert future occurrence.
The royal father sympathized with the family of Mr. Monday Osadunme, from Ogbemudein community in Agbor, who lost his beloved wife, Mrs. Veronica Osadunme , and granddaughter, Peace Osadunme (4years) to the uncontrollable inferno. Mr. Osadunme also suffered more from the incident as three of his children whose names were given as Victoria, Ifeoma and Damilola, were being hospitalized at the UBTH for the severe burns which they incurred.
Going forward, the majesty also sympathized with the people within the environment over their losses and in his magnanimity made available the sum of #1million as his contribution towards the treatment of those who are injured and others that suffered losses.
He implored government and those who are charged with the authority of checkmating plant investments that are prone to danger, to do the needful.
He encouraged the victims to accept the calamity as an act of God while praying for the quick recovery of the injured.
Chief Benjamin Ogwu while conveying Dein’s message to Osadume family
Agbor Chiefs at the scene of the event
HRM Dr. Benjamin Ikenchuku
Agbor Chiefs with Hon Festus Okoh at the scene of the event
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