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Gov. Bello mourns Maigari of Lokoja

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 Gov Yahaya Bello of Kogi has expressed grieve over the death of Maigari of Lokoja Alhaji Muhammad Kabir Maikarfi III OON who died on Wednesday In a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary Onogwu Muhammed in Lokoja Bello said the late traditional ruler lived a life worthy of emulation and prayed God to grant him eternal rest He described him as principled firm incompatible and a loving father The governor said the traditional ruler s words of advice guidance and unique leadership would greatly be missed Alhaji Muhammed Nalado Usman Secretary Lokoja Local Government Traditional Council in a statement issued to newsmen in Lokoja on Thursday said Kabir Maikarfi III died after a brief illness He said the traditional ruler who died at the age of 80 in a private hospital in Abuja around 11 00 p m on Sept 28 would be buried on Sept 29 in Lokoja Late Kabir Maikarfi 111 ascended the throne in 1992 and was considered one of the longest serving traditional rulers in Kogi NewsSourceCredit NAN
Gov. Bello mourns Maigari of Lokoja

Yahaya Bello

Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi has expressed grieve over the death of Maigari of Lokoja, Alhaji Muhammad Kabir-Maikarfi III (OON), who died on Wednesday.

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Chief Press Secretary

In a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Onogwu Muhammed, in Lokoja, Bello said the late traditional ruler lived a life worthy of emulation and prayed God to grant him eternal rest.

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He described him as principled, firm, incompatible and a loving father.

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The governor said the traditional ruler’s words of advice, guidance and unique leadership would greatly be missed.

Muhammed Nalado-Usman

Alhaji Muhammed Nalado-Usman, Secretary, Lokoja Local Government Traditional Council, in a statement issued to newsmen in Lokoja on Thursday, said Kabir-Maikarfi III died after a brief illness.

He said the traditional ruler, who died at the age of 80 in a private hospital in Abuja around 11.00 p.

m. on Sept. 28, would be buried on Sept. 29 in Lokoja.

Late Kabir-Maikarfi

Late Kabir-Maikarfi 111 ascended the throne in 1992 and was considered one of the longest serving traditional rulers in Kogi.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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