The Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, has expressed deep shock over the untimely death of Wariebi Abiri, son of Justice Kate Abiri, the Chief Judge of the State.
A statement issued on Sunday by his Chief Press Secretary, Daniel Iworiso-Markson, said Mr. Dickson made the lamentation after paying a condolence visit to the Chief Judge at her residence in Yenagoa.
A graduate of law and a student of the Nigerian Law School, Abuja, late Abiri reportedly died in a swimming pool last Friday night in the Federal capital Territory, Abuja.
The governor noted with regret, the circumstances under in which, the life of the young Wariebi Abiri was cut short.
According to him, the State government will collaborate with the Police and other relevant agencies, to unravel the real cause of his death.
He described the deceased as a focused and promising young man, who was clearly preparing to make a wonderful career in the law profession, adding that his demise remains a painful loss to the Abiri family and the State in general.
While urging the family to see what has happened as the will of God, Dickson prayed God to strengthen them and grant the grace and fortitude to bear the loss.
“As a Government, be rest assured that, we will stand with you shoulder to shoulder in this very very challenging period, especially in working with the Police and other relevant agencies of the Government to unearth the real cause of his death”, he stated.
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