Ex-Senate President David Mark’s son dies

ex senate president david marks son dies

Tunde Mark, the first son of former Senate President David Mark is dead.

It was gathered that Tunde died in the early hours of Friday in London, the United Kingdom.

Tunde is said to have suffered from cancer and died at the age of 51 years.

The situation surrounding his death is still sketchy, however, it is learnt that the corpse is expected to be flown to Nigeria in the coming days.

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In a statement, the Special Adviser to the David Mark, Mr. Paul Mumeh, said Tunde was born on October 13, 1971, and attended Yaba Military School where he obtained his first school leaving certificate.

He later proceeded to Bradfield College, Berkshire, UK, for his Secondary school education.

Tunde, who was a Biochemist, obtained B.Sc degree from Kings College, London. He also studied immunology alongside biochemistry and later Biological Sciences in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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