Ex-Gov Bindow mourns late Ibrahim of VOA,consoles Emir of Mubi over deaths of Mubi Sons,Daughter

Bindow in Mubi for a condolence visit

The former Governor of Adamawa State, Senator Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow mourned the death of Late Ibrahim Abdulaziz, Hausa service of Voice of America (VOA) reporter in Adamawa and Taraba States.

The ex Governor in a sorrowful mode went to Nash Radio on a courtesy call,described late Ibrahim as a close friend and his death was a colossal loss to the nation.


“Ibrahim will be greatly missed in Adamawa, the country at large. I’m just coming from his the Mother’s House and consoled her. I want to also use this medium to console the state’s chapter of the NUJ to the loss of this great Man, a very close friend of mine.” Bindow said

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The immediate past Governor while in Mubi, his home town commiserated with the Emir of Mubi, Alhaji Abubakar Isah Ahmadu over the dead of Magajin Garin Mubi, Alhaji Bello Mohammed of Kolere ward.

Senator Jibrilla whose recent visit to Mubi is to revalidate his APC membership card use the opportunity and visited many families who lost their love ones.

Other places he paid condolence visits are the family of late Alhaji Idrisu Mohammed (AKA Tsohon Soja), Late Alhaji Auwalu Tatu Sebore of Mubi South, Late Alhaji Ibrahim Madaki, Kolere Mubi and Late Hajjiya (Princess ) Hauwa sule former Customs officer of Nasarawo ward.

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