A a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former member of the Rivers State House of Assembly between 2011 and 2015, Andrew Miller has died.
Miller, who represented Opobo/Nkoro constituency, slumped and died in the early hours of today.
The former lawmaker had earlier lost his wife in an accident at Saakpenwa-Ogoni, the headquarters of Tai Local Government Area of Rivers state.
It was learnt that the ex-lawmaker was earlier sick, but later recovered, making him to drive to the Port Harcourt venue of penultimate week’s send-off in honour of an APC chieftain, Oji Ngofa, who is now Nigeria’s Ambassador to Netherlands.
Miller, according to reliable sources, visited a hospital in the Rivers state capital on Wednesday for check-up, but slumped and later passed on.
It was gathered that the APC chieftain’s death might be as a result of sudden relapse of the illness.
The Publicity Secretary of APC in Rivers State, Chief Chris Finebone, who confirmed the former lawmaker’s death in a telephone interview yesterday evening, described it as shocking and that he would be greatly missed.
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