Former IGP Musiliu Smith loses wife

Former IGP Musiliu Smith loses wife

- Nigeria's former inspector general of police, Musiliu Smith, has lost his wife, Ariat Aderoju Smith

- Ariat Aderoju Smith died on Friday, June 5 and will be buried on Saturday, June 6

- The Lagos state government said the burial will be conducted in strict compliance with the NCDC guidelines

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Nigeria's former inspector general of police and chairman of Police Service Commission (PSC), Alhaji Musiliu A.K Smith, has lost his wife, Alhaja Ariat Aderoju Smith.

The death of Alhaja Ariat was announced a statement in the early hours of Saturday, June 6, saying late Alhaja Smith died on Friday, June, 5 at the age of 69, Daily Trust reports.

Her remains will be buried on Saturday in accordance to Islamic rites, the statement said.

The government said only immediate family members will be allowed at the burial rites, in strict compliance with the directives of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on COVID-19 social distancing protocol.

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Former IGP Musiliu Smith loses wife

Former IGP Musiliu Smith meets President Buhari. Photo credit: Encomium Magazine
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Legit.ng gathers that the deceased is survived by her husband, Alhaji Musiliu A.K. Smith, CFR, and children.

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In a related development, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos state, Muniru Adekunle Muse, is dead.

The former lawmaker represented Lagos central senatorial district at the Senate. He died on the morning of Tuesday, June 2, at the Ahmadiyya Hospital in Apapa after a brief illness.

The deceased was said to have been ill on Saturday, May 30, and he was rushed to the Ahmadiyya Hospital in Apapa where he was admitted until he breathed his last early on Tuesday, June 2.

The deceased was said to have been ill on Saturday, May 30, and he was rushed to the Ahmadiyya Hospital in Apapa where he was admitted until he breathed his last early on Tuesday, June 2.

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He died at the age of 80. He celebrated his 80th birthday on Sunday, May 17.

Muse represented Lagos Central in the Senate between 2007 and 2011 and he was succeeded by Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the wife of the national leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

Senator Tinubu has been organising a football tournament annually in his honour.

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