Obasanjo, Jonathan, Atiku Condole With Buhari Over Abba Kyari’s Death

Conference of Nigeria Political Parties, CNPP, Mourn Abba Kyari

 

 

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L-R: Obasano, Atiku, Jonathan

 

Former Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, Goodluck Jonathan and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar have condoled with President Buhari over the death of his Chief of Staff, Mallm, Abba Kyari, describing him as loyal aide who served the country to the best of his ability.

According to Obasanjo, “Abba Kyari’s death must be painful to you and to his family and friends but you can also take solace in the fact that he died in harness in the service of his country.

“His death must be a solemn reminder to all of that coivd-91 requires all hands on deck soberly, cooperatively humanely, Humanely, justly, equitably, fairly, consolidatedly and comprehensively to be able top fight it successfully and to get all Nigerians back in good health and health economic,

Jonathan who condoled with Buhari, the government and family on the Kyari’ death, said the late Chief of Staff “served his country to the best of his ability as a lawyer, journalist and astute administrator. May Allah grant him Al Jannaj Firdaus and strengthen his family and friends during this period of grief.”

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who described the deceased as a loyal aide.

According to Atiku, death is inevitable and every living being will ultimately experience this terminal stage of life.

The Wazirin Adamawa reminded Nigerians that the coronavirus pandemic is a reality and it respects no political and social boundaries.

He explained that the death of the Chief of Staff should galvanize Nigerians to support the efforts to contain this deadly virus.

“Mr. President, my heart and prayers are with you at this emotionally challenging moment as you come to terms with the death of your dedicated Chief of Staff. We are bound by common humanity and I therefore feel and share your grief at this moment. May Allah forgive the deceased and grant him eternal bliss in paradise”, Atiku added.

Meanwhile, the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties, CNPP, has also expressed its condolence on the death of the former Chief of Staff to the president.

CNPP described death of the Chief of Staff as a big loss to the nation, urging political elites to always remember that life is vein and use it to serve the people who elected them into office while they were still alive.

In a statement issued in Abuja on Saturday and signed by its Secretary General, Chief Willy Ezugwu, the umbrella body of all registered political parties and political associations in the country strongly
advised citizens to comply with medical protocols on management of COVID-19 infection.

“We are pained by the news of the death of the Chief of Staff to the President who was lost to the dreaded Coronavirus disease.

“It’s about time the ruling class realised how vein life is and see every opportunity to lead as a rare privilege to leave a good legacy behind and be remembered for good governance.

“No leader remains in office forever as there is an end to everything in life, including the reign of the king.

“Therefore, we urge those of us who are in one position or the other to work to better the lives of the people.

“Nigerians are suffering from the impact of the measures taken by both the state and federal governments to curtail the spread of Coronavirus pandemic.