Sad: Kaduna State Polytechnic Lost A Lecturer Who Died After A Brief Illness (See Heartfelt Condolences)
Yesterday been Wednesday was a black day for the community of Kaduna State Polytechnic and the entire students of Department of Marketing as the lost their beloved Lecturer.
We have been mourning the death of students, and now our lectures are also dying untimely. How I wish we have power over untimely death, but unfortunately we don't. This is the reason we must do go why we still breath in and out.
Yesterday the news of the death of a Nigerian lecturer surfaced online, according to report from Kadpoly Alumni Movement, the deceased whose name is Dr. Abubakar Chatta was a lecturer in the department of Marketing, College of business and management studies (CBMS) before he died. Dr. Chatta died yesterday after battling with a brief illness that took his life.
His death was a surprise to his students and colleagues as many of them mourned and send their condolences.
The Late Dr. Chatta will be remembered for his hard work and positive contributions to the educational development in the department of Marketing, CBMS and Kaduna Polytechnic as a whole.
May Allah forgive his shortcomings, grant him Jannatul Firdaus and give the family the strength to bear this great irreparable lost.
Below are some of the Condolences from his students/colleagues:
Rest in peace Sir.
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