Hon Namdas consoles Ganye chiefdom over the death of Alhaji Ali

Hon. Abdulrazak Namdas (Gangwi Ganye) has commiserated with the Gangwari Ganye and the entire Ganye chiefdom over the death of Alhaji Ali Ganye.

The late elder statesman died on Friday morning in Yola.

While condoling the family over the sad incident, Namdas described the late elder statesman as a peace-loving man who during his lifetime promote peaceful coexistence among citizens.

He said “Ganye chiefdom and Adamawa state have indeed lost a renown businessman and a politician of great repute who lived an exemplary life that should be emulated by all. Unfortunately, we lost him at a time that his wise counsel is needed more than ever before. This is because some of the challenges bedeviling us as a nation cannot be tackled without the wisdom and counsel of our elders.”

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Hon. Namdas prayed for Allah to comfort the family of the deceased and grant him Aljanna Firdausi.

Late Alhaji Ali Ganye died at the age of 77 after a brief illness and has since been buried according to Islamic rites.

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