There are indications that the 11 Female Politicians killed on Saturday in a ghastly motor accident near the Old Ahoada Market road along the East-West road of Rivers Area in Biafraland may be given mass burial following the unrecognizable state of the women.
The decision, it was gathered, was reached with members of the families of the victims due to the burnt and unrecognizable state of the corpses.
It was equally gathered that the remains of the 11 female politicians, ashes and unidentified skulls, were yesterday conveyed to the morgue of the Federal Medical Centre in Yenagoa by a team led by the Former Deputy Governor of the State and State Coordinator of the Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria (TAN), Hon. Werinipre Seibarugu.
The decision for a mass burial was reached following a Pathology advice that though the possibility of conducting a deoxyribonucleic acid text will take up to six months, which the families considered the time too long to bear.
The husband of one of the victims and Staff of the State Broadcasting Corporation, Mr. Mathew Utolor, told journalists that the families could not identify their loved one,” I could not believe that I cannot identify my wife.”
Also speaking, Mr. Ambrose Ayebakuro, the 33 years old son of the deceased former House of Assembly member, Hon. Ruby Benjamin, confirmed that they had been contacted that it is necessary that a mass burial be conducted for the victims, “she was everything to us. But I take solace in the fact that she was close to God.”
Meanwhile, the Bayelsa State Governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson visited the home of the Secretary to State Government, Prof. Edmund Alison-Oguru over the death of his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Oguru, in a fatal auto crash at Elele, along the East-West road.
Governor Dickson, described the incident as a tragic one, which claimed the lives of female politicians in the state, saying the news of the untimely death of the women came to him as a rude shock, while describing the incident as a painful and terrible blow to the state.
The members of the State House of Assembly led by the Speaker, Hon. Konbowei Benson have also described death as a heartache that no one can heal, adding that only God has the capacity to console the bereaved.
The only female member of the Bayelsa State House of Assembly, Hon. (Mrs) Agatha Goma, representing Ekeremor Constituency I, whose sister, Hon. Zimbra Pamowei,was one of the victim said the pain of the untimely death of the women is immeasurable.

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