The Minister of Labor, Dr. Chris Ngige, expressed this on Monday while reacting to the call by the relatives of ocholi, including Ocholi’s uncle, Abdallah Aliu; another relative, Paul Audu; and the quick more youthful sister to the late Blessing, who did not need her name said, that the driver be investigated.
“The acting Permanent Secretary arrives, she is the one accountable for HR. We will discover and examine it. We will do, yet I can let you know that our own drivers are known not and we both keep our own drivers. We will discover and explore this,” Ngige said.
The Ocholi family is taking a shot at some hypotheses concerning the mishap.
The relatives trusted that the driver of an auto that somersaulted a few times would commonly be oblivious and would not take photos of the deceased and transfer them on online networking.
They likewise battled that the driver and the efficient ought to have cordoned off the spot and emptied the cadavers as this had been the convention at whatever point a VIP was included in a mischance.
Aliu said, “Recognized Senator Ngige, I know you extremely well. At the point when James Ocholi was advised to work with you, I knew he was in great hands on the grounds that the last time I saw you was in Anambra State. We ate with you in your home as a governor.
“This man just passed on is not a lone person. We leave this obligation in your consideration. Whoever enlisted the driver and posted (redeploy) him ought to be investigated. It can transpire, it can happen to any ministers. It can happen on the grounds that it has happened.
“Thus, we need to know who enlist the driver, and at what speed (he was amid the journey) to the degree that the cadaver of the expired can’t be perceived. Could you envision that? I am concerned, it is troubling.”