Aaron and Ale, the surviving children of late Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, Barrister James Ocholi received hundreds of sympathisers at their Abuja residence on Monday, following the demise of their parents and a sibling.

Aaron 25 who himself is a lawyer and Ale the only daughter did not follow their parents on the journey that eventually led to the fatal accident along Kaduna-Abuja Road.

Aaron had sustained an ankle injury while playing football. Ale was in school. 
However, while speaking to the body of Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Aaron vowed to keep his father’s legacy.

He told the ministers and other sympathisers who came to condole with them that he would keep his father’s chambers and library and would not allow what the late minister had built over the years to crumble.

Among the personalities that paid condolence visit to the Ocholi’s family included the substantive Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola who is also a member of the body of SANs.