Kogi ALGON Chair, Aloysius Okino mourns Late Adamu Attah

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The chairman of the Kogi State Chapter of the Association of Local Governments of Nigeria,(ALGON), Aloysius Okino has described the death of Alhaji Adamu Atta who died at the of 88 years, as a great loss to Kogi state and Nigeria as a whole.

First Civilian Governor of Old Kwara State - Adamu Attah
First Civilian Governor of Old Kwara State – Adamu Attah

In a condolence message made available to newsmen and signed by the Special Adviser Media and Strategy to ALGON, Ibrahim Obansa, noted that the late statesman lived his entire life for his people and humanity.

According to him, the administration of late Atta as the governor of old Kwara state touched the lives of the people positively, particularly the rural dwellers who benefited from his magnanimity.

While calling on politicians from the area to learn from the humility, selfless service and the uprightness of the late elder statesman, the chairman noted that his replacement will be hard to find.

He stressed the need for the government and the political class to immortalize Atta by building and enduring legacies that will serve as catalyst to prompt others to be service oriented.

He called on the Atta family and the entire central senatorial district, to take solace in the quality of life and the legacy of good work of their brother, father and statesman.