Chieftains across the political divide met at the memorial of the late Attorney-General of Rivers, Emma Aguma on Saturday.
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, the national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Uche Secondus, immediate past Senator representing Rivers South-East Senatorial District in the National Assembly, Magnus Abe and a host of others attended the memorial and thanksgiving.
The Memorial Service which took place at Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Garrison Port Harcourt was marked by the rendition of hymns and intercessory prayers for the family.
In a sermon, Rev. Canon Gideon Genka said the passage of Late Emmanuel Aguma (SAN) was a heavy loss to the entire state.
He said despite the tragic event, God has faithfully helped the Aguma family to bear the loss and make sustained progress.
Rev Genka said that Late Emmanuel Aguma lived a worthy life and left behind fond memories of performance.
In a remark on behalf of the family, Mr Chima Aguma said the passage of the Late Attorney-General of Rivers State was the toughest time for the family .