Federal Government Employs Ocholi’s Son, Gives Others Scholarship

As part of efforts to support the children left behind by the late Minister of State for Labour, Mr James Ocholi (SAN), the Federal Government has announced automatic employment at the Federal Ministry of Justice for Aaron, his eldest son.

The Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, revealed this to the Ocholi family when he paid a visit to his Kado Estate residence at about 3:00pm on Tuesday, to convey his and President Muhammadu Buhari’s condolence message.

Joshua Ocholi (L) Scene of Accident (R)

Joshua Ocholi (L) Scene of Accident (R)

He also disclosed that Aaron’s other siblings would enjoy scholarships for their educational pursuits, courtesy of the Federal Government who has pledged to cushion the effect of the loss of their parents.

The Minister added that the Senior Advocate was a very critical part of the change effort of the Federal Government.

He said that President Buhari personally mandated him to inform the family of the late Minister that his administration would do all within its power to ensure he is not missed.

Mr Malami consoled them that death was a necessary end that was bound to happen, adding that God in his infinite mercy had a reason for allowing them to depart the way they did.

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  1. LETTER TO THE WHOLE GOVERNMENT I wonder what happening to or future n nigeria,nd wat will happen to us,death s a thing of nature it comes in different perspetive,thy s everybody mouring his death nd consouling his daughters as if no one ever dies exepect them,their are series of scholership given to them,even alongside the wealth that have been given to them,did any government every try to encourage other orphans,we also are surfering,our dream are chanted and no one is capable of fulfiling our dreams desire because d nigeria situation,condition,and t economy growth,people like us losted our parens since the age of five(5)nd no one has seen us suffering,Do we have to blame ourselfs and God hasen’t give us name to b recognise,we are the lack that take away the lack,We are hopeless but not homeless,We wake up every morning wondring around the street hopelessly,with our government their heads abroad their anus at home,please make provision for we the rest orphan.May their soule rest in peace,Allah s the only consouler he will consoule the rest daughter of the orphan