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    Breaking news: David Mark loses 1st son, Tunde

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    Former Senate president David Mark has lost his first son Jonathan Tunde Mark to the cold hands of death

    Sources close to the family said Tunde David Mark died in the United Kingdom (UK) after a protracted battle with unknown ailment.

    Another report said the 51-year-old David Mark first son died of cancer. The report added that Tunde David Mark corpse is expected to be flown back to the country in the coming days for burial.

    It was also gathered that sympathisers have thronged the GRA Otukpo residence of the Okpokpowulu K’Idoma to condole the family over the unfortunate incident.

    Born on the 13th of October 1971 in Otukpo, Benue State, northcentral Nigeria, Tunde attended Yaba Military School which is located in Yaba, Lagos where he obtained his first school leaving certificate. Later he proceeded to Fernden Prep School, Haslemere, Surrey, the UK where he attended Secondary school

    He later proceeded to Fernden Prep School, Haslemere, Surrey, in the UK where he attended Secondary school.

    Tunde is a Biochemist who obtained a B.Sc degree from Kings College, London.

    He studied immunology alongside biochemistry and later Biological Sciences at the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Harvard, and Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was married to the daughter of a Chinese senator and blessed with a daughter.

    However at the time of filling this story the family was yet to confirm the report of his death and efforts to speak to former Senate president proved abortive

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