Presidential candidate of the Labour party, LP, Peter Obi and spokesman of All Progressives Congress, APC Presidential campaign council, Festus Keyamo, have reacted to the death of Labour party governorship aspirant in Imo State, Humphrey Anumudu.

Obi’s reaction is contained in a statement via his verified Twitter handle.

He expressed sadness at the governorship hopeful’s sudden demise, saying it’s a huge loss to the deceased family, the labour party and the good people of Imo State.

“I am deeply saddened by the news of the sudden death of Mr Humphrey Anumudu, who was found dead in his home. Mr. Anumudu is one of the strongest supporters of the Labour Party in Imo state and an aspirant in the forthcoming Imo State governorship election.

“He was a very warm and forthright person. His death is a huge loss to his immediate and extended family, the Labour Party, and to the good people of Imo State.

“May the soul of Late Mr. Humphrey Anumudu rest in perfect peace. My sincere condolence to his family.” Obi wrote

Keyamo, who is also Minister of Labour and Employment said the Late Anumudu was a wonderful classmate when they were at the Law School together, about 30 years ago.

He wrote on his twitter handle “ My deepest condolences to the Anumudu family. Humphrey was my classmate at the Law School about 30 years ago. Extremely polite and knowledgeable. May his soul rest in peace”

Anumudu, a lawyer and serial governorship aspirant in Imo State, was reportedly found dead in his home in Lagos last Friday.


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