Port Harcourt — The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, MOSOP, says it remains continuously saddened over the death of one of Ken Saro-Wiwa’s sons, Menegian Saro-Wiwa, who died in the UK, last month.
Chairman, MOSOP National Transition Council, Chief Keeper Gbaranor said the news of Menegian’s death was received from his twin sister, Noo, who confirmed that he had died of coronavirus.
Gbaranor who prayed for the soul of the deceased to find rest at the bosom of his creator, said the people of Ogoni are consoled with the legacies of late environmentalist and playwright, Ken Saro-Wiwa.
“This is so devastating, sad and painful to the Ogoni people and compatriots in the struggle for justice, a course championed by our leader and hero, Ken Saro- Wiwa.
“MOSOP sympathizes and shares the pain with the immediate family