The Peoples Democratic Party has expressed regrets over the death of its former Board Of Trustees (BoT) Chairman Anthony Anenih.
The opposition party noted that the man they fondly called ”Mr Fix It” lived a fulfilled life.
National Chairman of the party, Uche Secondus, who spoke with reporters in Abuja on Sunday, said that the nation would miss the late politician.
He said, “His death came to me as a rude shock. Though he was advanced in age, as human beings, we wanted him to be around us for a longer period.
“This is because we loved him. He was a nationalist who wanted the best for the country. We would miss him. We pray to God almighty to grant him eternal peace.”
The PDP Chairman said that the party would immortalise Anenih.
Anenih was better known as “Mr. Fix it” because of his closeness to the corridors of power and his political dexterity.