- The family of ex-Benuie commissioner, Alhaji Shehu Othman, has been thrown into deep sorrow
- The family confirmed development via a statement issued on Wednesday, November 29, noting he died after a brief illness
- The late nonagenarian held several Cabinet portfolios in the now-defunct Benue-Plateau and Plateau States, as well as several Federal board appointments
Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements
A former commissioner in the old Benue state, Alhaji Shehu Othman, is confirmed dead. The politician reportedly died at the age of 91.
Othman's family confirmed his passing through a statement and hinted that the late politician would be buried the same day after the Zuhur prayer at the National Mosque, Abuja.
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The family wrote:
“Inna lillahi wa ina ilaihir taki in.
“Janaza prayer will be held after Zuhur prayer (1:30pm) at the National Mosque, Abuja.
“While burial would be at the Gudu Cemetery soon after.”
Othman was born on 26th June, 1932, and held the title of Magajin Garin Keana until his death.
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The deceased, identified simply as Dr Ayo Ojediran, lectured at the Department of Science And Technology Education, Faculty of Education in the institution.
The lecturer was found dead in his office on Tuesday, November 14, by some of his colleagues.
Nigeria's former minister dies at 87
Also, a former Nigeria minister of labour and chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Musa Gwadabe, is dead.
Gwadabe died on Wednesday, April 26, morning at the age of 87 at a hospital in Kano.
Family sources who confirmed the passing of Gwadabe said the former minister died after a protracted illness at the Kano hospital. A key member of the opposition party, Gwadabe was also a former Secretary to the State Government (SSG) in Kano.
Nigeria’s first female major-general dies at 84
Nigeria's first female major-general, Aderonke Kale, passed on at 84.
The president of the Alumni Association of the National Institute (AANI), E. O. Okafor, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday, November 9.
Kale reportedly died in London, United Kingdom on Wednesday, November 8.
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