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Ex- Senate spokesperson, Ayogu Eze dies at 66


Senator Ayogu Eze who represented Enugu North Senatorial District from 2007 to 2015 is dead.

It was leanrt from sources close to the family that the former senator who was a founding member of the Peopled Democratic Party (PDP), died in an Abuja Hospital after a protracted illness.

He was the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Enugu State in 2019 and until his death, the member representing Enugu State in the Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC).

Born in 1958, Senator Ayogu eze died at 66.

In the Senate, he was appointed chairman of the senate committee on Information and Media, making him the official spokesman of the senate.

For the eight years he spent in the senate, he was a member of the Constitution Drafting and Amendment Committee that made some novel changes to Nigeria’s 1999 constitution.

After his reelection to the senate in 2011, he was appointed chairman of the committee on works.

Eze also served as a member of committees on Police Affairs, National Planning, Marine Transport and Federal Character & Inter-Government Affairs.



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