Borno Gov Mourns As Spokesman, Gusau Dies In Indian Hospital

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Borno State Governor, Prof. Babagana Zulum, has expressed deep sorrow over the death of his spokesperson, Isa Gusau.
A government statement by the state Commissioner for Information and Internal Security, Prof. Usman Tar, confirmed that Gusau died during a protracted illness on Thursday, at an Indian hospital.
Zulum, in the statement, described the deceased as a dedicated public servant and a cherished member of his team.
Gusau, who served as the Special Adviser on Public Relations and Strategy to Zulum since June 2019, had also served in the same capacity under Senator Kashim Shettima when he was the governor of the state.
“Mallam Isa Gusau was admired by everyone for his commitment to the people of Borno State and his exceptional professionalism in his role,
“He was a tireless advocate for the state and he worked tirelessly to communicate the government’s initiatives and policies to the public with clarity and transparency,” the statement quoted Zulum as saying.
The governor added that “Isa Gusau will be remembered for his passion for serving the people of Borno State and his dedication to the betterment of the state. His exceptional communication skills played a crucial role in fostering understanding and cooperation between the government and the people.”
The governor prayed for the repose of the soul of the deceased and also prayed that God gives his family and other loved ones the strength to bear the loss.




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