Enugu State Governor Is Not Dead – Sullivan Chime Still Alive In India

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May 2nd, 2013 – Enugu State Governor Is Not Dead – Sullivan Chime Didn’t Die In India

Early this morning, a sad news of the sudden death of Enugu State Governor, Sullivan Chime filtered the web.

In the update, we were told Governor Chime died in India late last night while receiving medical treatment in India.

Keep in mind that this report is not coming from reliable sources so it can’t be trusted.

Though the able Governor has been battling a rare form of cancer and his condition is very critical at a private hospital in India, we learnt he hasn’t died yet.

After a successful treatment in London, he was discharged and resume duty in Enugu.

Two weeks after, Sullivan Chime announced that his cancer has returned and since then he has been undergoing an aggressive cancer treatment in India

Stay in touch with NaijaGists.com for update on this developing story

5 thoughts on “Enugu State Governor Is Not Dead – Sullivan Chime Still Alive In India

  1. I Dont know y people underlook what is good for them. there is no kind of sickness dat has never been HEAL in DUNAMIS CHURCH ABUJA. Even the white men from all over de world use to come. infact, cancer is s minor sickness to some cases dat are handled in dunamis. let dem take him there

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  3. A WICKED RUMOUR! Governor Sullivan Chime is NOT Dead !

    I write this today, May 2, 2013 in response to the wicked and irresponsible lie
    that has once again been plastered all over the internet and in some print media
    to the effect that Governor Sullivan Chime of Enugu State is dead. This is an
    outrageous lie. Governor Sullivan Chime is very much alive and going about his
    gubernatorial duties.

    We may recall that only yesterday, May 1, 2013 Governor Sullivan Chime addressed
    Enugu State Organized Labour, during the Labour Day parade in Enugu, and praised
    the harmonious relationship between his administration and Enugu State Organized
    Labour, underscoring that dialogue and consultation remained the best means of
    resolving disputes between workers and their employers. Governor Chime even
    received an Award from the workers as he promised to tackle any unresolved
    issues between them. See
    http://thenationonlineng.net/new/news/chime-greets-workers/ .

    We may also recall that the day before, on April 30, 2013, Governor Sullivan
    Chime personally received members of the National Institute for Policy and
    Strategic Studies (NIPSS) at the Government House, Enugu and during that
    occasion he called on NIPSS to emphasize anti corruption training in its
    training programmes. See
    http://royaltimes.net/news/chime-wants-nipss-to-emphasise-corruption-in-training\
    -programmes/.

    This is, therefore, to categorically state without any equivocation that
    Governor Sullivan Iheanacho Chime of Enugu State is alive and NOT dead as has
    been falsely reported since yesterday May 1, 2013 or thereabout.

    We also painfully recall that this is perhaps the fourth or fifth time that
    Governor Chime has been falsely reported as dead since he became the Governor of
    Enugu State. Of course these false reports are the deliberate, calculated and
    depraved handiwork of Governor Chime’s detractors. And of course, such morbid
    antics obviously cannot erase the record of Governor Chime’s solid achievements
    in good governance in Enugu State. Achievements that are culminating into a
    legacy the likes of which Enugu State has never seen and which will remain the
    benchmark for governance in Enugu State for far into the future. Governor
    Sullivan Iheanacho Chime is alive and kicking and we wish him many more healthy
    and prosperous years, and may God continue to bless him. Amen.

    By, Ambrose Agu
    Enugu, Enugu State

  4. He will never die now. He must complete his good works and also see more happy days and years ahead. Amen,

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