HOW LATE MINISTER’S SECOND SON ESCAPED DEATH

HOW LATE MINISTER’S SECOND SON ESCAPED DEATH

It has emerged that providence saved the second son of late Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Barrister Aaron Ocholi from the tragedy that befell his father, mother and elder brother on Sunday when they died in a ghastly auto accident along Kaduna-Abuja Expressway.

The deceased were returning from Kaduna to Abuja where they went to attend a church service when the unfortunate incident happened.

Family sources said Aaron is the only surviving son of the late minister, and works in his late father’s law firm, Ocholi James(SAN) & Associates.

The 25-year-old(pictured) who has three sisters, and was called to bar the day his father was screened in the Senate, was said to have been excused from the journey because he was nursing an ankle injury he sustained recently while playing football.

“Lawyer Aaron was supposed to travel with them but fortunately he sustained a leg injury while playing football and was left out of the journey,” sources said.


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