Barrister Kenneth Imansuangbon(aka Riceman) has promised that he will always be available any time the family of the late Prince Tony Momoh need his support.
He made the pledge when he paid a condolence visit to the family and widow of the veteran journalist in their Abuja home.
While addressing the two sons of the deceased, Rasheed and Suleiman, Barrister Imansuangbon said: “Daddy was an upright man, a man of integrity who served the nation with utmost dedication. It was with a heavy heart I received the news of his death because I didn’t know he was ill.
“He trained as a teacher, later journalist and lawyer. I share in some of his ideals on nation building. I was always looking forward to his frank analysis on national issues.
“He was a good man. I mean we can all see the kinds of encomium pouring out from all parts of the country.
“Well, let’s take solace in the gentle but worthy life he lived; he made a good mark on he sands of time. May his soul rest in peace.”
Barrister Imansuagbon promised that he will always act whenever the family he left behind, especially the widow of the late dear Prince, call on him. And that he will continue to keep in touch with them.
Prince Tony Momoh served as Nigeria’s Information Minister between 1986 and 1990 during the General Ibrahim Babangida regime.