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Bagudu condoles family of Late Dallatun Gwandu

The Kebbi State Governor, Senator Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, on Saturday condoled with family of the late Alhaji Salihu Attahiru Aliero (Dallatun Gwandu), who died last Thursday.

Bagudu, who attended the three- day Fidda’u prayer, with many prominent personalities and hundreds of sympathisers, also expressed shock over the demise of the deceased.

He described the late Dallatun Gwandu as a cordial brother to him and prayed the Almighty Allah to grant him Aljannat Firdausi and give his family the formidable fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

The late Salihu Attahiru was the Chairman, National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), and was also a former Commissioner in the State Ministries of Works and Housing, Water Resources, as well asLocal Government and Chieftaincy Affairs.

The late Dallatun Gwandu died on Thursday, 07/01/2021, at the Federal Medical Centre, Birnin Kebbi, after a brief Illness.

The deceased was aged 64 years and is survived by one wife and three children

Bagudu was received by the former Governor of Kebbi State, Senator Muhammad Adamu Aliero and Associates.

Among those who attended the three-days prayer of the late Dallatun Gwandu were: Major General Aminu Bande, Abubakar Gari Malan, (Shatiman Gwandu), Alhaji Mahammad Magawata Aliero, Commissioner of Basic Education.

Others include: Deputy Speaker, Kebbi State House of Assembly, Majority Leader, Kebbi State House of Assembly, Hon. Commissioner for Lands and Housing, Alhaji Abubakar Sadik Yelwa, (Katuka Yauri), and the District Head of Aliero, Buhari Muhammadu Aliero .

In a similar development, Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu has also condoled with the family of late Alhaji Musa Umar Kalgo, who died on Wednesday, at the Federal Medical Center, Birnin Kebbi, following a protracted ilness .

The late Musa Umar Kalgo was until his death the General Manager, Kebbi State Environmental Protection Agency ( KESEPA) .

He was aged 60 years and is survived by two wives and thirteen children.

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