- PDP on Monday, October 12, lost its chairman in Zamfara, Alhaji Ibrahim Mallaha Gusau
- Nothing official has been said about the cause of Gusau's death
- Moreover, it is yet to be confirmed if the late PDP boss in the state died in his house or in a hospital
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Alhaji Ibrahim Mallaha Gusau, the chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Zamfara state, was on Monday, October 12, reported dead.
As at the time of writing this report, the cause of Mallaha’s death was yet to be ascertained and confirmed by any reliable media outfit in Nigeria, The Nation reports.
Moreover, the state's chapter of the PDP has not given its official report on the death of its chairman.
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In July, it was reported that the party was thrown into mourning following the death of its Abia state chairman Johnson Onuigbo.
Onuigbo popularly known as Akinboard passed away late hours on Monday, July 27, after a brief illness.
His body was deposited at an undisclosed hospital mortuary in Umuahia. A source who spoke on the condition of anonymity disclosed that the cause of Onuigbo's death was not yet known.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that the Zamfara state government cried out over the whereabouts of the sum of N37 billion, a refund of the federal government for projects completed by the state.
According to Alhaji Rabiu Garba, the state commissioner of Finance, the state government has called for the help of security agencies to begin an investigation in the worrisome issue.
In his conversation with journalists on Tuesday, September 22, he accused Abdulaziz Yari’s administration of being responsible for the misappropriation of the said fund used for the construction of 14 federal roads in the state.
“We understood that the cost of the verified projects at the Federal Ministry of Works stood at over N37 billion.
“But when we asked for refunds of the said amount, it was confirmed by both the Federal Ministry of Works and the Debt Management Office that the amount had been paid fully.
“On further investigation, we gathered that the money was collected by the Director-General of Nigerian Governors’ Forum and one lady who also worked in the same place on instructions from former Zamfara government."
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