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Secondus Condoles David Mark On Death Of First Son, Tunde Jonathan

The former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the National Technical Adviser to the National Campaign Council, Prince Uche Secondus has sent a message of condolence to the former Senate President Senator David Mark on the death of his first son, Tunde Jonathan..

Tunde Jonathan Mark died in a London hospital on Friday morning after a long battle with cancer.

Prince Secondus, who said he got the ugly news with shock, expressed sorrow on the loss of the young Mark, describing his death as a huge loss.

In a statement he personally signed, Prince Secondus regretted that “death came too early to such resourceful and hardworking young man but noted that God his creator knows best and we cannot question him.”

He however said that having died in Christ Jesus, the young Mark will make heaven to the joy and satisfaction of all.

He urged Senator Mark and the entire family to be consoled by the exemplary life Tunde lived that may merit him eternal rest.

Prince Secondus finally “urged the bereaved particularly the immediate family to take solace in the fact that he died leaving behind huge legacies and achievements in his short stay on earth.”

Born on the 13th of October, 1971, Tunde attended Yaba Military School, Lagos where he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate.

He later proceeded to Bradfield College, Berkshire, UK where he attended Secondary school.

 Tunde, a Biochemist, who obtained a B.Sc degree from Kings College, London.

He studied Immunology alongside Biochemistry and later Biological Sciences in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

He was married with a daughter.

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