Uduaghan condoles Sam Loco's Family
Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has condoled the family of famous actor, Sam Loco-Efe and the government and people of Edo State over the death of the actor, last Sunday.
Reacting to news of the death of the actor, the Governor said it was shocking and saddening because Nigerians and the entertainment industry worldwide still looked forward to more and better performance from the actor.
He said that the actor would be greatly missed given that he was a bundle of talents and experience having practiced for about 47 years, adding that he was a true Nigerian whose acting predated Nollywood.
“We would not forget in a hurry Sam Loco's ability to get our ribs cracking with laughter with his hilarious performances … Besides; he was a polyglot who did not only speak the major languages in Nigeria but could easily have passed as an indigene of any of the regions of the country”, Uduaghan Stated.
The Governor enjoined his colleagues and Nigerians in general to emulate the late actor's diligence and commitment to duty.
He prayed God Almighty to grant the family, the colleagues and the people and government of Edo State, the fortitude to bear the loss.