The death of Dinebari Loolo, a member of the Rivers State House of Assembly, has been confirmed.
Loolo was serving as the representative for Khana 2 in the 10th Assembly of the state until he passed away.
Assembly Spokesperson and Bonny Constituency Representative Victor Oko-Jumbo made the disclosure.
Oko-Jumbo characterized Loolo’s death as startling when he spoke to journalists in Port Harcourt.
It has not yet been determined what caused Loolo’s death.
Martins Amaewhule, the speaker of the Rivers State Assembly, and other members of the legislature had already paid a sympathy visit to the lawmaker’s family.
Members of the House expressed their condolences to the lawmaker’s family, calling him “a rare gem, who contributed immensely to the development of his constituency and the state as a whole.”
Amaehule told Loolo’s loved ones to find comfort in knowing that he served others and left behind a lasting legacy.
He prayed for the family’s courage and comfort at this trying time and assured them of the House’s unwavering support.