Governor Fintiri condoles with Kwankwaso over death of father

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Fintiri and Kwankwoso

Adamawa State Governor Rt. Hon Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has expressed his grief over the passage of the late District Head of Madobi and Makama Karaye Alhaji Musa Saleh Kwankwaso.

The late Kano traditional ruler was the father of the former Governor of the State Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.

Governor Fintiri who was at the former Governor’s Maitama residence to condole with the family extended his sincere condolences to the former Governor, saying he shares his pain and sorrow with the Kwankwaso family as they mourn the demise of their late Patriach.

He urged Rabiu Kwankwaso who was also one time Minister of Defence to be comforted by the knowledge that he lived a very worthy and fulfilled live, and left a legacy of great achievements for his successors to build on.

“My prayers are with your family in this trying time, I pray that God will grant you the fortitude to bear this heavy loss”. Governor Fintiri said.

Responding, Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso appreciated Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for identifying with the family during their bereavement.

He noted that he owes his success to the discipline he got from his late father who worked hard to ensure that they all have good upbringing.

The late Alhaji Musa Saleh Kwankwaso who died on December 25th 2020, at the age of 93 held the traditional title of Makama Karaye and Kingmaker in the Karaye Emirate Council.

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri was accompanied by the Speaker of the Adamawa House of Assembly Iya Abass, Mohammed Imam Borno State PDP Governorship candidate in the 2019 elections and Zachariah Nyampa Member representing Michika Madagali at the National Assembly.

Also on the entourage were Nashon Umar Member representing Nassarawo Jereng, Salihu Yunusa Belel Chairman Adamawa State Scholarship Trust Fund and Idi Bello Wada.

Humwashi Wonosikou
Press Secretary to the Governor of Adamawa State
11:01:2021

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