Respected Community Leader, Chief Daniel Adarighofua Passes Away

***Ndakara, Ogobene, Efe-Nogo, Osawota, Imegu, Omonade, others mourn

With profound sadness, the family of Chief Daniel Adarighofua, affectionately known as The Anagba of Orogun Kingdom, announces his peaceful passing on Sunday, February 18th, 2024.

Late Chief Daniel Adarighofua

Chief Daniel Adarighofua, a man of unwavering integrity and dedicated service to his community, leaves behind a legacy that will forever be cherished by all who know him.

Chief Daniel Adarighofua, the second Deltan and first Urhobo man to serve as Federal Paymaster General in Delta state, held a distinguished career that included roles such as former Ughelli North Constituency 1 Chairman, former Urhobo Political Forum Chairman, former Federal Pay Officer for Delta State, and former Federal Auditor General South. He was passionate about education, advocating for its importance to all. He passed away in a Lagos hospital, surrounded by his family and loved ones.

Throughout his years of service in the Federal Civil Service, Chief Adarighofua earned widespread admiration for his commitment to honesty, professionalism, and tireless advocacy for the betterment of his community.

In a statement released by his son, Mr. Ovie Adarighofua, made available to Oghwoghwa Reporters, the family expresses their heartfelt gratitude for the outpouring of support during this difficult time. “It is with a heavy heart that I share the news of my father’s passing,” Mr. Adarighofua remarked. “Please keep our family in your thoughts and prayers as we navigate this challenging period.”

Chief Daniel Adarighofua’s impact on his community and beyond will continue to resonate for generations to come. His legacy of selfless service and unwavering integrity will serve as a guiding light for all who strive to make a positive difference in the world.

The family requests privacy as they mourn the loss of their beloved patriarch. Further details regarding funeral arrangements will be communicated in due course.

Meanwhile, Orogun Kingdom has been thrown into a state of mourning with the outpour of condolences to the family of the departed elder statesman, since the news was reported on Orogun Progress Union Whatsapp platform. The following are some responses as captured by Oghwoghwa Reporters:

“Cool guy.. Please keep us posted on burial plans. May his soul rest in peace Amen.”- Chief Barr. Benson Ndakara

“Please accept my heartfelt condolences and sympathy. May his soul find peace with the Lord.”- Chief Do-Good O. Efe-Nogo, JP

“Eyaa dat my papa don Go. Oh my God! I will never forget how Papa and Late Chief Eghene joined Chief Osawota to add “CELEBRITY” to my Native name Ese.
May his soul rest in peace”- Chief Mrs Ese Osawota

“My chief God has called you to be with him, rest on with him in his right hand. I remember in the mid-eighties when we used to come home monthly from Makurdi with our Benue state-registered Peugeot cars. I will not also forget all the good time we had in high-level Makurdi. Rest on with your maker while I send my condolences to the family most especially my son Ovie and my dear Benue sister. You were a good caring nurse and wife to my uncle. Usuohe”- High Chief Emmanuel Ogobene JP

“Ooh, wonderful may his gentle soul rest in peace Amen. My sincere condolences, please”- Chief Henry Itedjere

“Ovie, papa has gone to rest at last. Rest on papa. Adieu!”- Chief Paul Okogu

“My condolences, please. May his soul rest in peace”- Evang. Felix Ogbajini

“This is quite pathetic. My brother, please accept my sincere condolences. Be strong”- Mr. Akporugo I.

“Oh, it is unfortunate. May his soul Rest in Peace. May his soul Rest in Peace”- Hon. Eliot Udiushovwi

“Condolences Sir please stay strong”- Mr. Efe Agabi

“May His Soul Rest In Perfect Peace”- Hon Ebu-Joe

“Accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your dad. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Amen”- Capt. Newman Akpore

“Pls accept my heartfelt condolences. May his soul rest in peace.”- Mr. Paul Otu, FCA

“May his soul rest in peace”- Chief Theodore Efemuai

“This is a personal loss to me. Uncle Dan gone? OMG. It is sad news but no one can question God. May his noble soul rest in peace as we pray for the fortitude to bear the loss”- Mr. Adugbo M.

“Please accept my condolences. May Papa’s memory always be a blessing. It is well Sir”- Mr. Foster Akpore

“May his soul rest in peace”- Mr. Felix Akpobaro

“Please accept my heartfelt condolences.”- Chief Dr. Edwin Achugbue

“May his soul rest in perfect peace”- Chief Ovigueroye Godwin

“Rest in peace Daddy”- Hon. Aghogho Ononibe

“Rest on peacefully great man whom you were. My condolences to the immediate family and Orogun kingdom.”- Sir Felix Osawota

“Ovie . This is serious. Chief Adarighofua has joined his ancestors. Well, accept my condolences.”- Chief Dr. Edeki Akporugo

“Accept my condolences bro”- Chief Blessing

“Please my condolences, May God grant his soul and the souls of other faithful departures eternal rest.”- Chief Festus Otu

“Ovie, my heart is with u.”- Chief Alex Orogun

“Oh, please kindly accept my heartfelt condolences and may the departed Soul rest in perfect peace Amen.”- Lt. Col. Aaron Edojah

“Please accept my condolences”- Chief Monday Ogheneruona Itoghor

“Accept my condolences, bro, may his soul rest in peace”- Mr. Felix Orogunfere

“Kindly accept my heartfelt condolences. May God console your family and grant his soul eternal rest”- Magistrate Esade Onome

“Accept our deepest condolences”- Hon. Matthew Omonade

“May the soul of the departed rest in peace. Our condolences to the family of Adarighofua.”- Mr. Alfred O. Anyabine

“Please accept my sincerest condolences”- Dr. Freeborn Akporugo

“May God grant you and your family the fortitude to bear the loss. Anagba was an everybody’s man and father.”- Mr. Eric Okunima

“Accept my heartfelt condolences, my brother. May his soul find favour with his creator.”- Adjerese Oghene-Meshack Anuku

“May his gentle soul rest in peace. Accept my heartfelt condolences”- Sir Ochuko Wanogho

“My sincere condolences and may his soul rest in peace”- CSP Gladys Enohor Imegu

“Please, accept my heartfelt sympathy. May Papa’s soul rest in peace. Amen.”- Prof John Akpobi

“An lroko has fallen, You are the second and first Urhoboman to hold the position as federal paymaster General in Delta state. You are a great Man to me and all Urhobo in general under your supervision. You are one of those who encouraged me to go back and further my education in our days in Asaba. May your soul rest in the blossoms of our Lord. My sincere condolences to the families and the entire Orogun kingdom.”- Mr. Godspower Philip

“May his gentle soul rest in peace”- Comrade Hitler Romeo

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