Governorship Candidate, Dauda Lawal Mourns the Demise Of Zamfara PDP Chairman

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The Zamfara Governorship Candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), Dr. Dauda Lawal, has expressed grief over the death of the Zamfara State Chapter Chairman of the PDP, Alhaji Ahmed Sani Kaura.

The late Chairman, who hailed from Kaura Namoda Local Government Area, died on Wednesday in Gusau.

In a condolence message issued by the Dauda Lawal Media Centre, in Gusau, on Thursday, Lawal commiserated with the entire people of Zamfara State over the political leader’s demise.

Lawal said that the passing of the PDP chairman in Zamfara was a colossal loss to the party, considering his invaluable contributions to the party’s fortunes in the state.

He described the deceased as a fearless, truthful, bold, and disciplined chieftain of the PDP in the state.

According to the governorship candidate, the late Sani was always interested in the growth and development of the party across Zamfara.

He said: “On behalf of the Zamfara State Chapter of the Peoples’ Democratic Party and party supporters, I mourn the passing of a gentleman and politician of amiable personality.

“Late Ahmed Sani Kaura was a renowned party leader and grassroots politician who contributed his quota to developing the PDP in Zamfara.

“I received with great sadness the news of the demise of our party chairman, Ahmed Sani Kaura, Ph.D. Upon his sudden death, our chairman was in attendance at an event organized by the Nigerian Council of Ulamah to ensure peace in our politics before he returned to the Almighty”.

“In the deceased, we lost a hardworking, resilient, and result-oriented gentleman.

“My sincere condolences to his immediate family, the Kauran Namoda emirates, the PDP, friends, and associates. May Allah forgive his Shortcomings and make Jannatul Firdaus his final resting home. “

Lawal prayed to God to accept the deceased’s soul and grant fortitude to the family and friends he left to bear the loss.


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