Salome Abuh: One Year After, Burnt Kogi Woman Leader Yet to Get Justice – PDP

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 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Kogi state chapter, has lamented that almost a year after the late woman leader of the party, Salome Acheju Abuh, was burnt alive in her home, she is yet to get justice.

In a statement signed by the State Publicity Secretary, Mr Bode Ogunmola, on Tuesday, PDP called on security agencies to unravel the killers and bring them to book.

Ogunmola stated that the party will continue to remember late Mrs Abuh for her courage, commitment, forthrightness to the party and doggedness during the November 2019 governorship election in the state.

The party scribe described the deceased as a wife, mother and a true patriot whose love for the state remains unrivalled with unquenchable love for the party and the state and an amazon who paid the supreme price for democracy and good governance.

According to Ogunmola, Mrs Abuh was “a martyr, political celebrity, an institution who suffered this fate for democracy in Nigeria.”

“The PDP would forever remember the deceased for her sacrifice to enthrone good governance,” he added.

He prayed God to continue to grant her soul rest and the family she left behind the fortitude to continue to bear the unfortunate loss.

Salome Abuh was burnt alive in her Ochadamu country home during the last Kogi state gubernatorial polls.

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