Breaking: Sardauna’s Grandson, Magajin Garin Sokoto Slumps, Dies

Breaking: Sardauna’s Grandson, Magajin Garin Sokoto Slumps, Dies

  • Hassan Danbaba, the grandson of Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardauna of Sokoto, has died in Kaduna at the age of 51
  • Danbaba who is the Head of Sokoto Kingmakers slumped and died on Saturday afternoon in according to reports
  • He died barely a year after he lost his mother, A’ishatu, the eldest daughter of the late Premier of Northern Nigeria, Sir Ahmadu Bello, Sardaunan Sokoto

Magajin Garin Sokoto, Alh. Hassan Danbaba, the Head of Sokoto Kingmakers, is reportedly dead.

Danbaba who was the grandson of the late Premier of Northern Nigeria slumped in his hotel in Kaduna around 11.30 am. He died on his way to a hospital, The Nation reports.

Sardauna’s grandson, Magajin Garin Sokoto dies
The Head of Sokoto Kingmakers, Magajin Garin Sokoto, Alh. Hassan Danbaba, is dead. Photo: Daily Nigerian
Source: UGC

A source said:

“Magajin came to Kaduna on Thursday to condole with a former Minister of Defence, Gen. Aliyu Gusau on the death of his brother.

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“As usual of him, he lodged in his hotel, Stonehedge in Kaduna metropolis.
“Both Gusau and Magajin had prepared to make a joint return trip from Kaduna to Abuja on Saturday. After having his bath at 11 am, he dressed up to go and join Gen. Gusau in his house.
“While about to leave, he slumped. His aides rallied around him and rushed him to a hospital. But on the way, he gave up the ghost.”

Magajin Garin Sokoto was part of the eminent Nigerians who converged on Lagos last weekend to find solutions to the challenges confronting the country ahead of the 2023 elections.

A cosmopolitan Nigerian, the late Magajin Garin Sokoto was a Director of THISDAY newspapers until he died.

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