Kogi Central Senatorial Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has paid a visit to the scene of the tragic motor accident that claimed four lives and left others injured in Kuroko community of Adavi Local Government Area, Kogi State.
Chief Natasha who was represented by a delegation led by a former Commissioner of Land in Kogi State and one time House of Representatives Member for Okehi/Adavi Federal Constituency, Alh. Abdulrahaman Badamasuiy visited the families of the deceased as well as the injured ones to extend sympathy and gesture to them.
In her condolence message, Barrister Natasha described the incident as unfortunate and sad which he prayed it never occur again while assuring the community of good dividends of democracy upon her emergence as the Senator representing the in 2023.
The victims and their families appreciated the empathy and concern shown by the Senatorial candidate to them in their trying time, adding that they will never forget in a hurry.
In addition to her gesture, Chief Natasha equally made donation for immediate replacement of the affected electric pole in the area which had kept the area in darkness for days.
Speaking on-half of the community, one of the traditional rulers, HRH Muhammed Yusuf Onoruoiza, the Ohimonozi Udezi Aniku Kuroko commended Natasha’s determination and efforts towards the development of Ebira land – adding that her type is rare and it is a privilege for them to have her in the land. “If we have two of Natasha in Ebira land, our story will not remain the same” he added.
A car on a high speed had a break failure on Friday June 24 in Kuroko area and swerved into some residents which led to death of four persons and others injured.