Plateau governorship candidate condoles former sports minister over wife’s death

 DR Nentawe Yilwatda, the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in Plateau, has condoled former sports minister, Mr Damishi Sango, over the death of his wife, the late Esther Sango.

A statement by Mr Sylvanus Namang, APC Publicity Secretary, said that Yilwatda led a delegation of APC leaders on a condolence to Sango at his country home in Danwal, Ganawuri.

Yilwatda described her death as an irreparable loss not only to the former minister of sports and former state chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) but to the entire state as we shall all miss her motherly counsel.

The governorship candidate told the former minister to take solace in the fact that he wife was a great woman of faith who lived and served Christ till her death.

He said that the late Esther went to a place where death has no sting and where there is no more  pains or suffering.

He urged the bereaved husband to take heart as our hope is in Christ who knows everything.

“We stand with you in this moment of grief and urge you to remain strong and be consoled in the fact that we shall meet at Jesus’ feet on the resurrection day,” he stressed.

Plateau APC Chairman,  Chief Rufus Bature, described the deceased as a good woman who has passed on.

Bature prayed to God to grant the former minister of sports the fortitude to bear the loss.

Chief Vonjen Lar, a longstanding friend of the bereaved and Chairman of Plateau State Teachers Service Commission, described the late Esther Sango as a wonderful woman who gave her husband all the necessary support in his political career.

According to him, life is a test and God knows all that happens to mankind, humans cannot question him.(NAN)

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