Wednesday, 1 February 2017


Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, today inspected ongoing construction at the Palace of the Tor Tiv, as well as renovation of his temporary residence in Gboko.

The unscheduled visits took the construction workers by surprise.

Project architect, Nguvan Ikyenge, accompanied by project engineer, Vera Seember Kucha, conducted the Governor round the sites.

After the inspection, he proceeded to the residence of the late Pa Samu Ihur where he held a meeting with his family at which funeral arrangements were discussed.

He described the deceased as the father of Pentecostalism in Tivland in particular and Benue State in general and pledged to contribute towards a modest but befitting burial.

Governor Ortom expressed appreciation to God that Pa Ihur lived beyond the Biblical six scores and ten and impacted on several lives including his own adding that he received the inspiration to acquire knowledge through private tutorials while serving as his driver and confidant.

He prayed that God would comfort his immediate family and the entire Christian community.

Tahav Agerzua

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