The wife of Senator Ndoma-Egba Victor has been reported dead in a terrible car accident.
Followed by the recent announcements, she was travelling for an occasion in Akure when the tragedy happened.
The wife of the past Nigerian Senate executive died instantly in the terrible accident.
Nigerias broadcasting company, African Independent Television is broadcasting that a dependable source from the family member said, the wife of Ndoma Egba was travelling for an occasion in Akure before the disaster happened.
More details about this occurrence will be made public soon as reporters gather more information.
Senator Ndoma-Egba Victor, is a politician in APC and presently the Chairman of NDDC, the Niger Delta Development Commission.
He was the 3-term Senator in the Nigerian Senate, he represented the Central Senatorial District at Cross River State, from the year 2003 till 2015.
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