PHOTONEWS: Jonathan Pays Condolence Visit To Late General Azazi's Family In Lagos

President Goodluck Jonathan, some Nigerian government ministers and aides paid a condolence visit to the family of fallen former army general and National Security Adviser, Andrew Owoye Azazi at the late general's home in Ikoyi Lagos.

Mr. Jonathan's visit place Lagos in a traffic lockdown as movement of vehicles were restricted on Monday.

General Azazi and  Governor Patrick Yakowa of Kaduna State and four others were killed in an Agusta 109 Nigerian navy helicopter on December 15 2012 as they were returning from the burial of the father of Mr. Oronto Douglas, a presidential aide.

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When you're down and troubled, all you need to do is "Casting all your anxiety on Him, because He cares for you." - Hebrews4:15-16. It will keep you strong and face the world with a happy heart. Condolence words are comforting. Thanks for sharing your story. God bless.

Rubbish; I believe you're one

Rubbish; I believe you're one of the looters or a family of one of them. shame on YOU for your comments ADIEU whatever. I hope the dead man will go to Hell with his embezzlements.


The shoelessness, cluelessness and idealessness president has finally wear shoe as the first picture reveals.

6 died only 2 are remembered.

No one talks of the other 4 occupants of the ill fated copter heart aches to know what their families are going thru,after all they died serving the super human other 2.thank God all humans are equal before Him.

To Hell!

To hell with all those who stole our sovereign wealth and oppressed us. To hell with all those who impeded our rights to actualising our God gifted potentials. To hell with them and their brethren! Faces of looters!


Gen Andrew Owoye Azazi, was an accomplished and blessed man and a true general indeed!, he died at his post. May he continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. O Lord strengthen his lovely Wife and wonderful children in Jesus Name.

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