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Friday, December 16, 2016

Collapsed Church - Benue Gov Ortom Employs The Daughter Of His Staff Who 'Fell'

Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom visited the family of a deceased staff of his office, the late Mrs. Philomena Mwarga Musa, who died when a church collapsed in Uyo, Akwa Ibom, last Saturday.



While there, he directed the Head of the State Civil Service to employ Miss Iveren Agbor, the first daughter of the deceased and a graduate of Theatre Arts from Benue State University, to fill the gap, in the family, which her mother’s departure had created.

No less than 100 people perished following the collapse of the new church building of Reigners Bible Church in Uyo, during a special service.
From benue.info


*Other bread winners perished as well,I hope someone reaches out to their families too.Sad!



29 comments:

  1. Very thoughtful of him




    *Larry was here*

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    1. Eternal rest grant unto them o lord.. And let your perpetual light shine upon them.. Amen

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  2. Really sad. How that minister pulled so much crowd to that event that looks like a desert beats me.

    Thank you Ortom. May others too do the same and help families. Painful and i pray we never fall victims of any circumstances.

    The woman is a beautiful woman. Madam you are with the angels. May God Almighty comfort your families Amen.

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  3. Eyah! Nice one Gov ortom. But may we not loss anybody before we get a job(Amen)!

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    1. Amen but ur gbagaun is splufik

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    2. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    3. Teespell eng na ur papa lang? Abeg swerve

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  4. Chai! so sad
    May their souls rest in peace.Amen

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  5. I don't understand though. The state of Akwa Ibom said 26 people died but some medias say 100 or so...

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    1. The media would never reveal the real number of people that died...cause of criticism....they always divide the numbers by two or three..

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  6. So she had to die for her daughter to become employed #sigh

    This life sometimes...

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  7. Thank you so much for being thoughtful

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  8. And they're saying only 27 people died. Good one Mr Governor. Hope other leaders emulate this.

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    1. This has always been the problem with Nigerian media. They enjoy covering up evil. How pathetic!

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  9. Its one thing to employ, its another thing to pay salaries. Gov. Ortom that is owing 6months salary and 2years+ arrears of some employees...ok o.

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    1. Tell me about it. This man does not make any effort to pay salaries so he can even employ the whole Nigerian populace so long as salary is not involved.

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    2. Don't mind the clown,with his short face like cat.

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  10. Nice moves.
    He has a good heart..
    God bless him.

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  11. Date of death: 4th December 2016?????? According to the poster.
    The church collapsed on 10 December.. .
    It does not add up; does it?

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    1. Please shut up...is that the only thing important in this news??@ anon 13:14

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  12. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Thats nice of him...
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  13. This church collapse thing is serious. God save us o.This must be really painful.God please comfort all the burdened heart that has been affected.O chim!!

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  14. I thought I was the only one that noticed it.

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