By Alabar Tersoo Clement
A gubernatorial aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prof. Dennis Ityavyar was among the dignitaries that paid their last respect to late Tyowanan Kachina.
The late Tyowanan is the father of the Benue State Commissioner for Industry and Cooperatives, Barrister Merga Kachina was buried today at Melabu in Ukum Local Government Area.
In a funeral oration, Prof. Ityavyar noted that those who believe in Christ though dead, yet shall live again, hence he is confident that the Late Tyowanan having believed in Christ shall be in the bosom of the Lord.
Professor Ityavyar described the Ukum people as hardworking and good people stating that if given the opportunity to govern the state he will ensure there is more productivity in agriculture so that the Ukum people will benefit more from their farming activities.
He encouraged the people to keep faith with the Peoples Democratic Party while urging them to sustain their support for Governor Samuel Ortom's led administration.
Prof. Dennis Ityavyar was in the company of his wife, Mrs. Nancy Ityavyar among other dignitaries.
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