NSHA Loses Member

Member Representing Nasarawa Central at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly (NSHA) Hon Suleiman Adamu is dead.

Announcing his death, Hon Mohammed Odege Okpoku member representing Udege Loko at the state Assembly said Hon Suleiman died in the late hours of Thursday (April 30, 2020) after a brief illness at Federal Medical Centre Keffi and left behind to mourn him one wife and five children.

The deceased, Honourable Adamu I Suleiman contributing to a debate on the floor of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly (NSHA)

Hon Okpoku revealed that Adamu’s burial will take place Friday 1st May,2020 in Nasarawa LGA by nine o’clock in the morning.

“Very sad news to announced the death of Hon Suleiman, burial will be tomorrow morning”

Reacting to the news, Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi described the demise of the member representing Nasarawa Central at the state Assembly as a colossal loss and a big blow to the Assembly and the State as a whole.

“Allah gives life and takes it at His own appointed time. We all are walking in the part of destiny. What can we say than to pray for him?

“Allahu Akbar. Too hard to believe.

“May Allah the Almighty forgive his shortcomings and bless his soul,” the Speaker said.

Speaker Balarabe enjoined the family, friends, members and staff of the state Assembly as well as his constituents and the state at large to see his death as an act of God and continue to pray for him.

“It is very shocking and painful, a colossal loss. We the entire members of the state Assembly have lost a friend. We have indeed lost a colleague and a democrat. The entire state is mourning. May he rest in peace, Amen.”

The House Leader, Hon Umar Tanko Tunga and other members who expressed great shock over the demise of their colleague, eulogized his good virtues praying God to forgive his sins and reward his good deeds as well as console the family.

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