Legor Idagbo Urges House Of Reps. To Remember Late Hon. Paul Adah As Family Releases Burial Program

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By CrossRiverWatch Admin

In response to a letter put forward by Hon. Legor Idagbo, Member Representing Bekwarra/Obudu/Obanliku Constituency, the House of Representatives, today held a one minute silence and prayers during plenary in honor of late Hon. Paul Adah who passed away recently.

The late Hon. Adah had represented the Federal Constituency from 2003 to 2011. It equally promised to participate actively in the burial rites of their late colleague.

The family has also release burial plan for the late APC guber aspirant whose body will be laid to rest in his hometown Betukwel village, Obudu Local Government Area of Cross River State.

See Hon. Legor’s letter below;


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