Shocks, Anguish, as NUJ Bar operator , Prince Stephen Alhassan Ejike goes Home@69.
*Ejike , a great loss to Journalists in Kogi— Chairman, Adeiza Momohjimoh.
The Olamaboro LGA born Prince Stephen Alhassan Ejike has died on Saturday evening at the age of 69 after a brief illness.
A family statement signed by Friday Ejike, eldest son of the deceased Community Leader, said the date for the burial would be officially announced in due course.
Late Prince Alhassan Ejike is survived by a wife, children and many grandchildren.
He had his early life in the Northern part of the country, until his return to Kogi State, where he operated the NUJ Restaurant until his demise over the weekend.
He was a reputable contractor and business man.
Meanwhile a condolence register has been opened in his house located within the 200 housing unit , phase 11 with sympathizers trouping in drove to register their condolence for a life well spent by the revered Community Leader
As at time of writing this report, the NUJ Press Centre where he run his Hospitality outfit is still in mourning mood with shops and the premises closed to businesses.
The Kogi State NUJ Chairman, Comr. Adeiza Momohjimoh, described the death of Prince Alhassan Ejike as a great loss, said the union would missed him greatly.