This Day (Lagos)

10 November 2012

Nigeria: Jonathan Condoles With Harriman's Family

President Goodluck Jonathan has extended his condolences on behalf of himself and the Federal Government, to the family of the renowned surveyor, industrialist, philanthropist and political leader, Chief Hope Harriman who passed away earlier this week in the United States.

President Jonathan, in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr Reuben Abati notes that Chief Harriman lived an exemplary and fulfilled life, always doing the best that he could to contribute positively to communal and national development.

"The President believes that Chief Harriman will always be remembered in his professional field of surveying and estate management where he built his practice into a glowing reference point for others and became in the process, a role model and mentor for younger Nigerians," the statement read.

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