Bagudu, Ambassador-Designate, Yabo, APC Reps, others, condole Wamakko on death of Nephew
By Our Correspondent
The Chairman Progressives Governors Forum and Kebbi State Governor, Senator Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, on Monday, in Wamakko, condoled Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko, over the death of his Nephew, Dr Bello Magatakarda Wamakko, who died on Saturday, last week.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by senator wamakko special assistant on media and publicity, Hassan Sahabi Sanyinnawal
During the condolence visit, Bagudu described the death of Dr Bello as a great loss not only to Senator Wamakko, his family,but to the entire Muslim ummah and Nigeria.
He further described the deceased as an honest, humble and obedient confidant of Senator Wamakko.
The Kebbi State Governor also prayed the Almighty Allah to grant the late Dr Bello Jannatul firdausi and give Wamakko, his family and relatives, the formidable fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
In the same vein, thousands of sympathizers have continued to troop to the Wamakko residence of Senator Wamakko,to condole him on his bereavement.
Prominent among them were Ambassador-Designate and APC Gubernatorial running mate in the 2019 General Elections, Ambassador Faruku Malami Yabo, APC Members of the House of Representatives from Sokoto State,led by Hon. Bala Kokani.
Others were the District Head of Gwadabawa, Alhaji Muhammad Lawal Zayyana, that of Achida, Danmalikin Achida, Alhaji Umar Abubakar, the District Head of Gandi, Alhaji Maccido Yarin Gandi.
Others were the family of the District Head of Tudun Wada, Alhaji Jibo Danmalam, Sarkin Gabas of Durbawa, Alhaji Mu’azu Yakubu, Sarkin Yamman Sanyinnawal, Alhaji Tambari Innname, Sheikh Abubakar Jibrin and Malam Ibrahim Muhammad, among others.
In another development, a delegation of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Sokoto state Council , led by Its Chairman, Alhaji Isah Abubakar Shuni, has condoled Wamakko on the death of Dr Bello.
They prayed the Almighty Allah to forgive his sins and give his family the fortitude to bear the lost.