Monday, 1 September 2014

Dead but not forgotten

Okechukwu Onuegbu
As a result of her relentless efforts in championing the true course of Nigeria, some of the citizenries have suggested possible means of immortalising her. Speaking to, Hon. Mrs. Bridget Obi, the Anambra State Former Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, advised Nigerians to borrow a leaf from the slogans of the great Amazon while she was rebranding the country. “She lived and died fighting for one Nigeria project. Therefore, we must maintain her slogans ‘Nigeria good people, great nation’ and her last words at the National Confab. That is the better immortalisation anyone can accord to her.”
Also speaking, Nollywood star and Comedian, Mr. John Okafor, popularly known as MR IBU, advised President Jonathan and relent agencies not to name “a useless, dysfunctional agency or uncompleted building after Dora but something that better speaks of her dreams for Nigeria and Africa at large.”
While the Member representing Anaocha 1 constituency in the state Assembly, Hon. Ebele Ejiofor, implored reiterated the needs for Anambra state and the federal government to immortalise the Africa’s Margret Thatcher with an institution or pharmaceutical center such as NAFDAC because according to him, Dora truly touched the lives of everyone in the country both when she was at the helm of affairs of NAFDAC and Federal Ministry of Information and Communication.
But to Chief Victor Umeh, National Chairman of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Late Prof. Dora has already immortalised herself in the heart all Nigerians sequel to good names she earned sanitizing the country of fake drugs at risk of her live. He therefore, urged Nigerians to live in maintaining a lot of values she inculcated into the citizenries through her selfless service to humanity while on earth.



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