- Prominent Nigerians have been visiting Governor Yahaya Bello over the demise of his mother recently
- APC national chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole has paid condolence to the governor and his family
- Comrade Oshiomhole said his visit was on behalf of himself, family, the National Working Committee of the ruling party
The national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole on Wednesday, March 18 paid condolence visit to Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi over the demise of his mother, Hajia Hauwau Oziohu Bello who passed on Sunday, March 15.
The national chairman said his visit was on behalf of himself, family, the National Working Committee (NWC) of APC.
Oshiomhole noted that mothers could not be old enough to die, saying that their counsels were simply irreplaceable.
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“We will continue to pray to God to grant Mama eternal rest. God's will cannot be altered by man, therefore we should give glory to God in all situations,” the APC chairman said.
In his response, the governor thanked the dignitaries for standing with him and his family over the demise of his mother.
Recall that Senate President, Dr Ahmed Lawan on Monday, March 16 paid a condolence visit to Governor Bello at his country home in Okene to commiserate with him and his family.
Lawan while condoling the governor said the family’s matriarch lived a very fruitful life which was reflected in the quality of children she produced.
He acknowledged that the state had an excellent representation at the Senate chamber as the three senators from Kogi state according to him, have shown unity and worked with the National Assembly's leadership towards securing beneficial ends for their state.
He further stated that her legacies of peace and unity would continue to be sustained.
Governor Bello had on Sunday, March 15, announced the death of his mother, Hauwau Bello who died at the age of 101.
Governor Bello's sister, Hajia Rabiat Bello died on Monday, December 23, 2019, after a protracted illness.
Members of the Northern Governors’ Forum on Friday, January 17, paid a condolence visit to the late mother of the Kogi state governor to commiserate with her.
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