Abdulaziz, the journalist that predicts his death – My respect

His 16th November post of 2020

1th November, 2020 and 16th December were respectively dates that Ibrahim Abdulaziz, the Adamawa, Taraba Voice of America (VOA) has a premonition of his death.

Dan’almari is his studio name took to his Facebook page on the 14th November, 2020 with his usual Hausa lyrics and predicted: ” Ina gani nakusa in tafi na barku! Ko dame zako tunani? “. ” It’s about time to go, what can I be remembered for?”

On the 9th December, 2020 Ibrahim host of a popular Television program in Gotel reiterated his prediction of leaving this world of many troubles and penned in his Facebook page again with an emphasis that:

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16th December, 2020 Ibrahim’s post

“Ni nasan nakusan tafiya, ke/ Kai Kuma fa? Ina wuccike da me Zaku tunani?”

“It’s about time for me to die, what about you? Shall I die before you? What can I be remembered for?”

The responses and the likes to his posts were a message of a good man is about to go home.

Respondents mostly commented “every soul must taste death and the heavens shall surely be your abode.

Abdul I have peace within me that you have lived well. You have touched your world in many corners of journalism. You modeled and schooled many in the pen-pushing profession.

I know now, wherever you are, it is a reward of goodness that you spent your life for the common good of humanity.

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My respect Sir. Rest in peace.

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