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President Buhari loses nephew, Ibrahim Dauda

President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, Alhaji Ibrahim Dauda is dead.

Duada kicked the bucket in Daura, Katsina State, after a delayed disease.

Responding to his nephew’s end, Buhari deplored that demise has ransacked his family and the Daura people group of one of its best honorable men.

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“I am profoundly contacted and crushed by the death of one more relative, a man who had exhibited astounding generosity and trustworthiness in the entirety of his dealings,” Buhari said.

The president petitioned God to pardon the spirit of the perished and prize his extraordinary and respectable deeds with heaven.

Dauda is made due by his youngsters, including Dauda Ibrahim, a Boss Regulatory Official in the State House, Abuja.

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