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Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Presidency mourns Oyamuyefa's demise

Son of a former Governor of Bayelsa State, Chief Diepreye Alamieyeseigha,
has been killed in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Oyamuyefa, the deceased, popularly known as Oyoms, was killed on Saturday
in the Middle East country. The deceased's father, who confirmed this to
one of our correspondents, said, "He was killed in Dubai." The reason for
his death has yet to be identified, but sources alleged on Monday that the
deceased was assassinated.

Meanwhile, two sources to his death exist and the first says he was found
dead lying on the stairs in his father's house and the second source
gathered that he was found dead in an hotel room in Dubai.

At about 2pm, it was gathered that the bereaved father had left for Abuja,
the Federal Capital Territory, in company with one of his sons to probably
board a flight to Dubai.

President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday said he received with shock and
sadness the news of the death of Alamieyeseigha's son. He said he and his
wife, Patience, shared in the grief of the deceased's family.

In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben
Abati, the President pledged the maximum support of the Federal Government
as the family strive to uncover the circumstances surrounding their
son's mysterious death. The statement read, "On behalf of his family and
the Federal Government, President Jonathan extends heartfelt condolences
to Oyamuyefa's father, Chief
Diepreye Alamieyeseigha and his entire family on the untimely loss of a
very dear son in the prime of his life.

The presidency alongside the first lady has pledged their individual
support to the family of the deceased in whatsoever need that might arise
regarding the untimely death of their son.


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