- Professor Muhammad Sani Abubakar, a lecturer at Kaduna State University (KASU), has been reported dead
- The professor of Renewable Energy and Molecular Physics reportedly slumped and died on Friday afternoon, January 2021
- The deceased who left two wives, 10 children and grandchildren behind has been buried according to Islamic rites
Kaduna - Muhammad Sani Abubakar, a Professor of Renewable Energy and Molecular Physics at the Kaduna State University (KASU), has died at the age of 67.
Legit.ng gathers the professor's death was confirmed by his younger brother, Engineer Abdulrazak Abubakar.
He said the deceased was reported to have slumped at the university on Friday afternoon and was rushed to the school clinic where he was pronounced dead.
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Engineer Abubakar said late the professor had taken his children to school on Friday morning before he returned home and got ready for work.
“There are two versions of the incident but we are not sure of the actual scenario. Some said he was walking on the staircase and slumped while others said he slumped while walking on the ground. He was rushed to the school clinic where he was pronounced dead."
The late professor has been buried according to Islamic rites. He is survived by his two wives, 10 children and grandchildren.
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Legit.ng gathered that the deceased was buried in his hometown, Kafanchan, in Jemaa local government area, on Saturday, January 15.
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