Tunde David Mark Is Dead: See Cause Of Death
Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Jonathan Tunde Mark, the first child of David Mark, the former president of the Nigerian Senate, has reportedly passed away.
Tunde David Mark cause of death: Tunde David Mark is dead
According to another story, the first son of David Mark, 51, passed away from cancer. According to the source, Tunde David Mark’s body would be flown home in the upcoming days to be buried.
Meanwhile, Touchaheart discovered that sympathizers had flocked to the Okpokpowulu K’Idoma family’s GRA Otukpo home to offer their condolences for the tragedy.
Born in Otukpo, Benue State, in northwestern Nigeria on October 13, 1971, Tunde attended the Yaba Military School in Yaba, Lagos, where he earned his first high school diploma. Later, he made his way to Fernden Prep School in Haslemere, Surrey, the UK, to finish his secondary education.
The late Tunde earned a B.Sc. in biochemistry from Kings College in London. He went to the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he studied immunology alongside biochemistry and then Biological Sciences. He was married and has kids.
Brief profile of Tunde Mark: check out Tunde David Mark Biography
The deceased was born on October 13, 1971, in Benue State’s Otukpo LGA.
He received his first high school diploma while attending the Yaba Military School in Yaba, Lagos.
Tunde Later, Mark continued to Fernden Prep School in Haslemere, Surrey, the UK, where he completed his secondary education.
Tunde is a biochemist who graduated from Kings College in London with a B.Sc.
He went to the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Harvard in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he studied immunology alongside biochemistry and then Biological Sciences. He has a daughter from his marriage to the daughter of a Chinese politician.
David Mark Biography
David Mark is a former military governor of Niger State who was chosen in 1984 by Muhammadu Buhari, the current president of Nigeria.
Mark was then chosen by General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida to be the Minister of Communication after the Buhari administration was overthrown in a palace coup.
The late Head of State, General Sani Abacha, compelled him to leave the nation in 1993.
Mark, however, came back to the nation in 1998 and ran for and won the Benue South Senatorial District seat in the 1999 election. He retired in 2019, having been re-elected in 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2015.
Touchaheart reports that David Mark was elected senate president in 2007 and 2011 and to this day remains, Nigeria’s longest senate president. His daughter, Blessing Onuh is the current member representing the Otukpo/Ohimini Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives.