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Buhari Orders Police To Track Down Culprits Of Gaya’s Son’s Death

President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday expressed hope that police investigations into the circumstances of the death of Sadiq, son of Senator Kabiru Gaya, will uncover the truth and lead to the prosecution of the culprits.

The President, in a statement issued by his media aide, Garba Shehu, consoled Senator representing Kano South District and his family following the tragic incident which reports said happened in suspicious circumstances.

President Buhari also mourned the demise of Alhaji Bala Muhammad Tajudeen, a prominent Kano community leader, whose son, Usman Bala is the Head of Service and Acting Chief of Staff, Government House, Kano.

The President, who commiserated with the family of the deceased, described him as a very disciplined and industrious gentleman who inculcated the values of hard work and patriotism in the children he left behind.

He prayed for the repose of the souls of the deceased.

Similarly, President Buhari has sent condolences to Minister of State, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu, over the passing of her mother, Hajiya Zainab Sidi Ali.

The President, in another statement on Wednesday by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, commiserated with family members, friends and associates of the late matriarch, who defined her life with kindness, charity and service to humanity.

President Buhari noted an outpouring of testimonies over the good life of Hajiya Zainab, fondly called “Gogo”, with reflections on her wise counsels, diligence in business and enveloping love for her children, orphans, neighbours and community, most of the underprivileged she looked after.

The President prayed that the Almighty God will remember her investments of love on earth, and grant her eternal rest.

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