Plateau Rep Member mourns deceased legislative aide

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Photo: the late Mukla

Plateau Rep Member mourns deceased legislative aide

Hon. Komsol Alphonsus Longgap, Member,Federal House of Representatives,representing Mikang/Qua’anpan/Shendam Federal Constituency of Plateau State, has mourned Hon Mukla Simon Dama,his deceased legislative aide.

Periscope International reports that Longgap’s aide died in Jos on Friday, September 17, 2021 after a brief illness.

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The Lawmaker who commiserated with the family, friends and associates of his deceased aide in a condolence message on Sunday expressed his deepest and sincere condolence to the family of the deceased and his associates, and described him as an exceptional legislative aide, a committed personality and a great adviser.

“The late Hon Mukla was an exceptional and loyal ally, I’ll greatly miss his wise and decisive counsel,” he said.

Longgap further said that he would “greatly miss his profoundly wise counsel on a wide variety of issues.”

He stressed that his aide’s death had robbed him of one of the most productive, energetic and passionate Plateau youths, who served him diligently.

“On behalf of my Family and the Good loving Constituents of Mikang/Qua’anpan/Shendam Federal Constituency, I join the  people of Qua’anpan LGA of Plateau State in expressing my deepest and sincere condolence to the family and associates of one of my exceptional Legislative Aide, commited personality and a great Adviser. Hon. Mukla Simon Dama, who passed away, Friday, September 17th 2021 after a short and brief illness.

“I’ll greatly miss his profoundly wise counsel on a wide variety of issues. In him, we’ve lost one of our productive, energetic and passionate Plateau Youth.

“At this moment of grief, I pray that the Lord Almighty will comfort his Family, associates and the entire People of the Pan ethnic group  where he hailed from. May his soul rest in peace and be with the Lord,” he added.

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