n  Ika North-East constituency, Prince Davis
Obaze, is dead. He died on Wednesday April 27, barely twenty four hours after
the Tuesday governorship/state House Assembly elections.   The
late Prince Obaze according to a family source became sick a few weeks after
the primary that produced him as the DPP Delta State House of Assembly
candidate in Ika North-East. The late politician’s mother, Mrs. Rebecca Obaze.
Who was terribly shocked by the sudden death of her illustrious son, Davis,
said her son died in his mid thirty, as all attempts made by both family
members and friends to save his life did not work.                            In
her words “My late son before his death was taken to different hospitals in
Abuja and Asaba. We took him to Kings Hospital Abuja and St. Rebecca, Asaba,
yet no medical doctor could identify the ailment  he was suffering from. Few days before the
governorship / state house of assembly election, he was showing signs of
recovery. A day to the election I traveled only for me to be called back that
my son’s health had close up.”                            Getting
to where her son was, Mrs. Obaze said she discovered that the young man was
struggling between life and death, as his health condition was completely bad.
She described the late Davis Obaze as a great son who in his little stay in
life impacted on many lives saying that he would be missed by all.                             An
uncle to the late DPP candidate, Prince Geoffery, a former political adviser to
late Professor Ambrose Ali, described the demise of his cousin as a great loss
both to his family and the entire Owa kingdom, adding that when he was alive,
Davis was a king and friendly man. The late Prince Davis Obaze who had during
one of the interviews he granted Ika Weekly expressed hope that he was the
anointed man to lead Ika North-East in the Delta State House of Assembly was a
native of Ogbeonicha quarter in Owa-Oyibu. He was born in 1975, and attended
Okundaye Primary School, Boji-Boji Owa, Command Secondary School Benin-City and
Auchi Polytechnic. Auch, Edo Stated Left behind to mourn him are his mother,
three sisters and a child no wife.


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