Handing over the key and papers and other gifts to the widow, Obiagali, Ohakim, said that it was in fulfillment of his philosophy of never to lose any of his friends .
He said that his late aide contributed immensely to the growth of the state and it was imperative that friends like him he left behind would look to look after his family.
Ohakim said that it was difficult for the young woman to live with the reality of the loss of her husband , adding that the gifts would help her and the family to cushion the effects of the demise of their benefactor.
The former Governor said that his visit was to show that his thoughts and prayers were with the family, always.
According to him, Onyegbaduo, died in 2012 without his entitlements paid by m the Government, adding that his late aide was a fire brand who worked for the betterment of the state.
Ohakim, was accompanied on the visit by some of his close friends, including his younger brother, Emma Ohakim.
Prayers were offered for the family and for the liberation of the state.