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Commissioner of Power  Dr Badina Garba who is the personal physician to the late  Ivah Idza of Jen Karim Lamido local government Ismaila Agwaru has debunked  rumors that the traditional ruler died of Covid 19.

 

He said apart from being hypertensive, the late monarch was very healthy before his death calling on the aggrieved family members to take solace in God for the death of the late traditional ruler.

 

Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku  has console with the people of Jen over the death of Ivah Idza of Jen Karim Lamido local government Ismaila Agwaru.

Speaking at the burial ceremony, Governor Ishaku noted that death is inevitable to every mortal.

 

Governor Ishaku who was represented by a delegation led by commissioner of science and Technology Ibrahim Hamman Gassol said late Agwaru left legacies worthy of emulation.

 

The governor  lamented that the death of the traditional ruler was a great loss to him personally because he always sought for advice from him whenever he needed him. 

 

While commenting member representing Karim Lamido 2 constituency Charles Maijakaye described the late monarch as a true democrat he believes in his people.

 

Charles said it indeed a great loss to the Jenjo nation but he trust God to take control of the situation.

 

In his remarks national president of Jenjo community Development Association Dantanimu Soja described the late chief as a peace loving man whose tolerance cannot be over emphasized. 

 

Dantanimu explained that during the reign of the traditional ruler the community enjoyed relative peace according the peace mantra of Governor Darius lshaku. 

 

In separate interviews some of the traditional tittle holders who were coroneted recently Aminu kotolo and Johnson krimi promised to carry on with the legacies the deceased left behind especially the aspect of peaceful coexistence among various tribes in Karim Lamido local government.

 

 

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