Abel Diah: Taraba former Speaker loses Father-Inlaw @93

Taraba State former Speaker and Member representing Mbamnga constituency in the state Assembly, Rt Hon Abel Peter Diah lost his Father-Inlaw, Rev Abel Kangla, JP.

Kangla until his death was the first member to have represented the people of Gembu constituency when Taraba state was newly created out of Gongola in 1992.

His death has been seen to have be clouded the people of Ndarup, and the entire state was thrown into mourning that a great Man has gone at the good age of 93.

The social media handles of many sons and daughters of the area are read words of consolation and condolences mourning the man they described has a strong character and determination that helped in sharpened lives and destinies of many people in the state.

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Former Speaker Abel in his words of condolences said his anchor of support through guidance and counseling has gone to be with the patriarch of old.

“Daddy you lived well, you have died empty and now row call has come when you are ready to obtain crowns of glory. Lived for Christ, It’s again you died in Him. We are not mourning, we are celebrating your exit a long side the angels in heaven who are celebrating your coming. See you in Glory Dad”. Abel said

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