Atiku Abubakar pays condolence visit to Kano governor over death of Maitama Sule

Atiku Abubakar pays condolence visit to Kano governor over death of Maitama Sule

- Following the death of Alhaji Maitama Sule, the former vice president, paid a condolence visit to the Kano state governor

- Before he passed on, the renowned statesman was an illustrious son of Kano state and held the title of Dan Masani Kano

- The news was made public via the twitter handle of a media aide to governor Ganduje, @dawisu

Former vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, has paid a condolence visit to the governor of Kano state Umar Ganduje, over the death of the renowned statesman Alhaji Maitama Sule.

The news was shared via the twitter handle of a media aide to the Kano state governor, @dawisu.

He tweeted: “Former Vice President & Wazirin Adamawa @atiku paid a condolence visit to H.E @GovUmarGanduje & people of Kano over late Danmasani's death”.

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Attached to the tweet were the following pictures of the visit:

Atiku Abubakar pays condolence visit to Kano governor over death of Maitama Sule

Atiku Abubakar speaks during his condolence visit to the Kano state governor (Photo credit: Twitter: @dawisu)

Atiku Abubakar pays condolence visit to Kano governor over death of Maitama Sule

The former vice president commiserates with the Kano state governor over the death of Maitama Sule (Photo credit: Twitter: @dawisu)

Atiku Abubakar pays condolence visit to Kano governor over death of Maitama Sule

Governor Umar Ganduje speaks during the condolence visit (Photo credit: Twitter: @dawisu)

Before he passed on, the late Maitama Sule was the Dan Masani Kano.

Alhaji Sule who died in a Cairo Hospital in Egypt has been described as a complete gentleman. As expected, his death has been drawing reactions from prominent Nigerians given his popularity in Nigeria.

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that former vice president Atiku Abubakar revealed some of the reasons Nigeria is not making as much progress as it should be.

The reasons were listed in a paper presented by him, titled; “The Challenge of Unity, Diversity and National Development: Nigeria at Crossroads.”

Watch this NAIJ.com TV video asking which country Nigerians would like to leave for:

Source: Naija.ng

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