An Abia-born philanthropist, Mr. Uche Okocha has expressed sadness over the death of the member who represented Aba North and Aba South Federal Constituency, Hon. Prestige Ossy, whose death occured 6th February this year.
Okocha's message is contained in a statement he made available to newsmen on Friday.
He described the death of Ossy as a painful loss, adding that Aba people, Abians and the nation in general have lost a patriotic citizen.
He noted that in his lifetime as the people's representative, the late federal lawmaker impacted a lot in the lives of people he represented.
He pleaded with Aba people and all other people who directly and indirectly benefitted from his humanitarian gestures to have the fortitude to bear the loss.
The Late Hon. Ossy Prestige passed away on the 7th of February in a German Hospital.
Until his death he was the member representing Aba North and South in the federal house of representative.
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