Is Former Buhari Minister, Solomon Dalung Dead? Truth Finally Revealed

Is Former Buhari Minister, Solomon Dalung Dead? Truth Finally Revealed

  • Former Nigerian minister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung has debunked news that he was dead
  • Dalung who made this known during a Facebook live was seen playing a a touching gospel song at the background
  • Meanwhile, many Nigerians have encouraged the former minister, telling him that death is not his portion

Former minister of Sports and Youth Development, Solomon Dalung, has dismissed rumours of his death. Dalung, who was sports minister from 2015 to 2019, recently announced the death of his son Nehemiah.

The former minister who insisted that he is alive made this known on his Facebook page during a Facebook live.

"I am alive, healthy and hearty, please disregard the rumours of my death. God bless Nigeria."

In reaction, many Nigerians used the opportunity to commiserate with him over the death of his son while praying for long life for him.

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Simi Anthony wrote:

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"It's well with you sir, they have added more years for you sir. Please accept my condolences about the loss of your son."

Nanzing Zwal

"It is a terrible rumour,Kai Dan Nigeria.Whoever peddled this news. My friend thank God you are still much alive."

Samuel Sunday Kolawole

"You will not die but live in Jesus name amen."

Jerry Danzomo

"Accept my condolences over the demised of your beloved son."

Former Buhari minister loses son after calling for prayers

Recall that had also reported that Solomon Dalung lost his son. The former minister disclosed this on his Facebook page on Monday, October 24.

Dalung had recently urged Nigerians to join him in praying for the deceased who had been critically ill. According to the former minister, Nehemiah was 33 years old.

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"Give him food and he'll sing your praise", ex-Buhari minister lambast Fani-Kayode

In another report Dalung, had recently hit out at the chieftain of the ruling All Progress Congress (APC), Femi Fani-Kayode.

This is coming after the latter made a social media post on Tuesday, October 4, condemning the continuous comparison of Peter Obi of the Labour Party presidential candidate and his principal, Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the APC.

In his post, Fani-Kayode stated that Obi's comparison with his principal is a "big insult and frankly reflects nothing other than the ignorance of those making the comparison."


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