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Governor Inuwa condoles with AA Haruna’s family.

Gombe State Government has condole with the family of Malam A. A. Haruna over the death of his son Babangida A.A Haruna who died recently, at the Age of 58.

Conveying the State Government condolence message, the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) Professor Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi describe the death of Babangida as painful and devastating not only to members of his family but to the State and the nation at large.

The SSG reminded the family of the deceased that death is inavitable end to all mortal and therefore enjoin them to take solace prayed Allah to forgive his short comings and grant him aljantul firdausi.

Responding on behalf of the family, Ibrahim Kawule appreciated the Gombe State Government under the leadership of Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya for sending such a Delegation to Commiserate with them in their moment of grief.

The delegation comprise of the Chief of Staff Government House Honourable Commissioners of Justice, Rural Development, Water resources and the principal Private Secretary (PPS).

Also in the delegation are; Special Advisers, Directors Generals, Senior Special Assistants and Chairman Gombe Local Government.

It will be recalled that, Governor Muhammadu Inuwa had earlier issued a statement through the Director General Press Affairs Ismailia Uba Missilli where his expressed his deepest sympathy to the deceased family over the loss of Late Babangida Haruna.

Special prayers were offered for the repose of the deceased by an APC chieftain Buba Sheru during the Condolence visit.

Joshua Danmalam
Information Officer SSGs office.

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