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BREAKING: Minister Of State For Labour, Ocholi Dies In Ghastly Accident

Late Barr JAMES OCHOLI (Minister of State, Labour & Employment) AQ4V8094

By Ayo Balogun, Lagos

Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, James Ocholi has died in a ghastly motor accident on Sunday on Kaduna-Abuja road.

Ocholi was said to have died Sunday afternoon while on his way to Kaduna. His son also was said to have died on the spot while his wife is in critical condition at a clinic near Kaduna State.

The minister’s car was said to have a burst tyre which made it somersaulted for severally.

Ocholi, Senior Advocate Of Nigeria(SAN) was born on 26th November 1960. He hails from Dekina Local Government rea of Kogi State.

Ocholi was a public counsel From 1987-1988 in the firm of D.D peter Achimusi In idah, Kogi State and there after left for a private practice.

In December 2007, he was conferred with the prestigious title of Senior Advocate of Nigeria. Ocholi Specialized in Incorporation Of Companies: Constitutional and commercial law, and conveyance: As well as private and public International Law. He worked As consultant to Government, Parastatals, banks, Financial institutions and corporate bodies.

He was the deputy National Legal Adviser (Interim) Of the APC and later became the Kogi State coordinator of Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation. He was also a politician and the National Deputy Legal Adviser of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Ocholi attended Ochaja Secondary School, then proceeded to the University of Jos. He finished from the Nigerian Law School in 1986 and was admitted to the Nigerian Bar the same year.

At his screening, Ocholi James made such an impact on many Nigerians that they compared his session with that of former Lagos governor, Babatunde Fashola. In fact, some believed he put up a better performance.



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