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RIP Statesman: Buhari's 73-year-old Friend is Dead. Checkout His Photos And Details

RIP Statesman: Buhari's 73-year-old Friend is dead. Checkout His Photos And DetailsSad

Report reaching us this morning has it that another prominent man in the country passed away last night.

This sad news is one of the major breaking news today because of the status of the man. He was a close friend, and political associates to Mr President, Muhammadu Buhari.

If you are naming statesmen in the country, especially the most influential ones he is one of them.

He passed away last night in Abuja.

We've gathered enough information about the deceased in this article. We will show you some facts and details about him.

Also, we will show you his photos.

Let's look at his photos before some details about him.


Facts: Weve so many things to write about the this great statesman but lets just look at some

1-His name is Mallam Isa Funtua, from Katsina state.

2-Mallam Isa Funtua was born in 1947.

3- He was one of the few who could truly be called statesmen given the admiration he commanded.

4- Isa was Life Patron of International Press Institute and Newspapers Proprietors Association of Nigeria

5- He was the founding and Managing Director of The Democrat Newspaper.

6-mallam Isa was also the former President of the Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria

7-Isa stands against plots and attempts to kill freedom of expression, especially during the regime of the late Gen Sani Abacha.

8-He was also the Founder of Bullet International Nigeria Limited.

9- The Mallam was one time a Personnel Manager of the 10,500 strong United Nigerian Textile Company, Kaduna state Nigeria.

10-The deceased served as the Minister of Water Resources during late President Shehu Shagari time...

May his soul rest in peace.

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