Read President Muhammadu Buhari's Farewell Note to his Loyal ...

President Muhammadu Buhari has appreciate those who condole with him, the Kyari family and the nation, over the pass away of Abba Kyari his Chief of Staff.
The President show his gratitude for their condolence messages, strictly obey the guidelines of Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) to guide the extension of pandemic corona virus, including maintaining social distancing and staying at home, even as they bewail the deceased.
“By heeding the calls to avoid large gatherings, you are playing a part in the effort to defeat the Coronavirus pandemic,” the President said in a statement signed and sent to NAN on Monday, by Garba Shehu, his Spokesman.
Spokesman disclosed that among those who sent condolence letter or called were the Executive Secretariat of the Sahel-Saharan States, CENSAD and its Executive Secretary, Ambassador Ibrahim Sani Abani, the Head of Service of the Federation, Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan, the Emir of Bauchi, Dr. Rilwan Sulaiman Adamu, two former Ministers, Professor Bolaji Akinyemi and Brigadier-General Mansur Dan Ali (rtd) and an APC leader, Chief Yohanna Dyalop from Plateau State.
Shehu said similar letter were received from Ambassador Baba Ahmed Jidda from Beijing, China, His Highness, Ambassador Peter Ogide-Oke, Ambassador Bagudu Hirse, Ambassador Uzo Nwobu, Ambassador Haruna Wando, Ambassador Iliyasu Audu Paragalda from Turkey as well as Hon. Kaka Bolori, Senator Andy Uba and Senator Saidu Kumo.
The President also received a condolence letter from Dr. Kabir Usman Kabo, the Director General, International Centre for Islamic Culture and Education, Alhaji Dahiru Mangal, Chairman, Max Airliners, Alhaji Abdulmunaf Yunusa Sarina, President and CEO of Azman Air, Wazirin Dutse, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu, the Executive Secretary of the Great Green Wall, Dr. Bukar Hassan as well as the Secretariat of the Surveyors Registration Council of Nigeria.

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