Obaro Okorodudu, grandson of former Federal Commissioner for Information and South South leader, Chief Edwin Clark, is dead, aged 27.
Chief Clark, who announced this in a statement yesterday, said Obaro was a final year medical student in the United States of America.
According to the statement, Obaro is the son of Dr. Godwin Okorodudu and Mrs Rebecca Okorodudu, the eldest daughter of Chief Edwin Clark.
His remains arrived Nigeria yesterday for burial at Ovu, his father’s home town, in Delta State.
Reacting to the demise of young Okorodudu, Labour Party national scribe, Barrister Kayode Ajulo who is a family friend in his condolence message said,
“Obaro Okorodudu was a Medical Student in U.S. he died while writing his final exams. He was a young man with a good heart. Deep in earth my little brother is lying. He will be missed.”