News

Former Minister, Kenneth Gbagi Dies at 62

Kenneth Gbagi, a former education minister, has passed away.

Gbagi who served as a minister under former President Goodluck Jonathan, died on Saturday at the age of 62.

His son, Emuoboh, announced the sad news on Facebook on behalf of the family.

“It is with profound sadness but gratitude to God, that we announce the passing of our beloved father, grandfather, husband, and brother,” the statement said.

Gbagi, known as Olorogun (Barr.) Kenneth Omemavwa Gbagi, FNIM, OON, had a remarkable career and was the Social Democratic Party’s (SDP) candidate for the 2023 Delta State governorship election.

As the family mourns his loss, his achievements and the positive impact he had on many lives and communities are remembered.

During this difficult time, the family appreciates everyone’s thoughts and prayers.

About The Author

Related posts

Alito Scandal Raises Questions About Supreme Court’s Fairness

Beyondboders

Adeyanju to Advocate for Bullied Students at Abuja School

Beyondboders

Woman Cries Over Demolition Notice Two Months After Buying Home in Lagos

Beyondboders

Leave a Comment