A former governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha, has commiserated with the family of a democracy and human rights activist, Ariyo-Dare Atoye, who died after an illness.
In the condolence message he personally signed, Ihedioha described ‘Aristotle’ as he was known, as a “firm believer of democracy” asserting that all would definitely miss him.
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He said, “The sad news of his passing few days after I heard of his plight came to me as a rude shock. Ariyo departed this world at a very young age but left worthy legacies of patriotism and statesmanship.
“His contributions to the agitation for the adherence to the rule of law, improvement in our electoral process, and most importantly, his role in ensuring the passage of the new electoral act, were feats that no Nigerian, both within and outside the political space would easily forget.
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