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DPR condoles with Gombe Correspondents over member’s death

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By Auwal Ahmad Gombe

Gombe state Department of Petroleum Resources Office (DPR) has paid condolence visit to the state Correspondents’ Chapel over the death of a member, Mr. Daniel Nyam Gwash of the Nigeria Standard, Jos.
Th e Operation Controller of the agency, Mr. Abdullahi Abawa, led offi cials of DPR to Correspondents’ chapel in Gombe yesterday.
“We would like to express our deep condolences on the sudden death of your member.
We understand the situation of your heart but you have to balance yourself and come out of this grief.
Please accept our deep sympathy at this sad event”, he said.
Also speaking, the Chairman of the Chapel, Mr. Abdullahi Tukur, described late Gwash as a gentleman and a hard working journalist.
Gwash passed on last Thursday in Ola Hospital Jos, after a protracted illness.
Gwash was a practicing journalist in Gombe, reporting for the Nigeria Standard Newspaper since 2002.
He left behind a wife and four children.
He will be buried this Thursday in his home town.

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