The Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association Security Agencies Relations Committee (NBA-SARC), Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama SAN has condoled the spouse of Mr. Lucius Nwosu SAN over the death of the foremost oil and gas lawyer.

In a statement made available to CITY LAWYER and titled “CONDOLENCE MESSAGE ON THE DEMISE OF YOUR BELOVED HUSBAND – LATE CHIEF LUCIUS E. NWOSU, SAN,” Gadzama said he sympathized with the spouse, Dr. Chinelo Nwosu “on the glorious home-call of your beloved husband, Chief Lucius E. Nwosu, SAN.”

Continuing, he wrote: “It was with great shock that I learnt of the sad demise of your beloved husband and patriarch of the Nwosu family, who passed on peacefully as one of the best stock of Legal Practitioners that Nigeria and the good people of Imo State has ever known.

“Chief Lucius E. Nwosu, SAN left indelible footprints in the sands of time. He left a big shoe to fill by his successor. He was a great achiever and a man who lived a purpose driven life. His strides of accomplishments in the Nigerian Courts were peculiar to him alone. He was a beacon of light amongst his peers. He will be greatly missed.

“It is my prayer that God Almighty in his infinite mercy grants you and your entire family the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss of the strong pillar of your family. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. May his gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace with the Lord.

“Kindly accept the warm assurances of my esteemed regards.”

The condolence letter was copied to Mr. Prince Nyekwere, Chairman of NBA Port Harcourt Branch.

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