APGA Anambra State Chapter opens condolence register for late State Publicity Secretary, Chinedu Nkwonta


By Daniel-Scott Ofoneme

The State Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA, Chief Sir Norbert Obi earlier today, Monday, 15th February, 2021, led party leaders in the State to open and sign a condolence register in honour and memory of the late State Publicity Secretary of the party, Hon. Chinedu Nkwonta (Idengeli Nawfia)

The State Chairman wrote, “I on behalf of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) sincerely mourn the loss of comrade Chinedu Nkwonta,the Publicity Secretary of our great party APGA. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen”

In his condolence message, the State Secretary of the party Barr. Ifeanya Anthony wrote, “It is a great loss to APGA Anambra State, the death of Chinedu Nkwonta (Idengeli) our State Publicity Secretary,a very loyal party man full of ideas. We must surely miss him. R.I.P”.

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The State Treasurer of the party, Hon. Isaac Obadiegwu wrote “Kpom, you are a great ,may your soul rest in Peace”.

The State Woman leader of the Party Hon. Mrs. Gloria Udevi in her condolence message wrote, “What a sad News!, the world is full of wickedness, Barr, so all these communication with you all these while was fake, My God ,this world is vanity; May your gentle soul rest in Peace. Amen”.

Hon. Chinedu Nkwonta (Idengeli Nawfia, Kpom Nigeria) was a jovial man and very peaceful, a former Commissioner for Special Duties in Anambra State, who until his death, was the State Publicity Secretary of APGA in Anambra State.

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His burial has been slated to hold at his Nawfia country home on the 26th of March 2021.

Party faithful,friends and well wishers are enjoined to sign the condolence register at the State headquarters of the Party in honour of a man who dedicated his time to the party.

May his gentle soul rest in Peace, Amen.

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