Gov Ganduje Pays Condolence Visit To Karaye Emir Over Death of Musa Sale Kwankwaso, Makaman Karaye

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Immediately after leaving Kwankwaso town of Madobi local government, where he paid condolence visit to the families of the late Makaman Karaye, Musa Sale Kwankwaso, Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano state, paid another condolence visit to the Emir of Karaye, Alhaji (Dr) Ibrahim Abubakar II, at his Palace.
“Your Royal Highness the Emir of Karaye, we are here with this very powerful team to commisirate with the Emirate over the death of one of your District Heads, the District Head of Madobi, Makaman Karaye and a Counselor in the Emirate, our father Alhaji Musa Sale Kwankwaso,” he said.
Explaining that, “When the death occurred I was out of the country, but I was represented very well. But I thought that condolence visit to the Emirate cannot be complete without my physical presence. That is why I came here myself.”
He prayed for the reposed soul of the deceased, describing him as a complete gentleman and very caring father. Emphasising that, “Your Highness I am sure you deeply enjoyed working with him, for the advices he gave to the Emirate during his days.”
“On behalf of the government and people of Kano state, I am conveying our heartfelt condolence to this respected and respectful Emirate Council, the families of the deceased, the people of Karaye Emirate and the people of the state in general. May Allah Subhnahu Wata’Ala forgive all his wrongdoings and reward all his good deeds with Jannah,” he prayed.
Governor Ganduje appreciated the role the Emir plays in the fight against COVID-19 in the state. As well as the good advices he gives to the state government in running the affairs of the state.
Commending that, “We are also extremely happy over the kind of good and focused leadership His Royal Highness is giving in his jurisdiction. Your close and effective working relationship with your District Heads, Village Heads, community and religious leaders helps in improving the security in the state.”
In his remarks, Emir Abubakar II, commended the governor for the visit and assured that his Emirate would continue to support government policies and programmes for the overall development of the state.
On the governor’s entourage were the House Leader of House of Representatives, Alassan Ado Doguwa, State Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC), Abdullahi Abbas, party elder Nasiru Aliko Koki, former Managing Director, Aminu Dabo, Commissioners of Information, Local Governments, Budget and Economic Planning, Advisers and many dignitaries.

 

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