JUST IN: popular Broadcaster Of SilverBird TV Dies In Abuja
Chris Okenwa, a top broadcaster of Silverbird TV and Rhythm FM is dead.
It was reported that the development journalist died in Abuja after complaining of feeling unwell on Sunday. POLITICS NIGERIA reports.
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According to POLITICS NIGERIA, tributes have been pouring in for late Okenwa.
Below is the tribute:
Aigbe OA wrote on Facebook: “It’s been hard to comprehend the passing of my brother, my friend, my undergraduate coursemate, Chris Okenwa. He fought it hard. Goodnews is that Chris was a dedicated Child of God. Heaven will receive him with open arms. My condolences, particularly to his precious wife and two kids.” Information Guide Nigeria
Priscilla Doe Roberts said on Facebook: “My handsome colleague and friend is gone. You were one of the best friends who always had a fun thing to say. A great broadcaster. Sleep on bro, Chris Okenwa You will be missed”. jamb results
Benjamin Success wrote on Facebook: “All your stay on earth we did not contribute to your breath, you fought a good fight of faith. You have conquered your last enemy, we give God the praise. Chris Okenwa, continue to rest in peace.”
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