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List Of Popular Nigerians Who Died In 2020

Great people Nigeria has lost so far in 2020.

Like i always say, Death is a permanent, irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Death is inevitable, it is a universal process that eventually occurs in all living organisms.

Nigeria has lost many of it Heroes in 2020.

below are some popular Nigerians that died in 2020.

Mallam Abba Kyari

He was the chief of staff of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, he has been on that post since 2015 when President Buhari became president. He died on Friday 17th April, 2020. He died of Covid-19.

The Emir of Zazzau, Alhaji, Dr. Shehu Idris

He died after a brief illness in Kaduna State, he died on Sunday 20th September, 2020. His Eminence, Late Dr. Shehu Idris is the 18th Emir of Zazzau, he spent 45 years on throne and he died at the age of 84.

Tolupe Arotile

Tolupe Arotile is the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian Air Force. She died 14th July, 2020 due car a ghastly car accident in Kaduna State. She was from ‘Ijumu’ Local Government of Kogi State and she died at the age of 22.

Sama’ila Isa Funtua

Mallam Sama’ila Isa Funtua was a Nigerian Statesman who served as Federal Minister in the second Nigerian Republic. He was from Katsina and have been a friend to President Muhammadu Buhari Since Childhood. He died 20th July, 2020. He died of Heart attack.

General Domkat Bali

General Domkat Bali died 4th December, 2020 after a brief illness. He was a retired four star General of the Nigerian Army, he was once Minister of defense and a member of the supreme military council of 1984 to 1985. He died in Plateau State after a brief illness. He was survived by a wife and 2 kids.

Maikanti Bari

Maikanti Baru was a former Managing Director of ‘Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation’ (NNPC). He died on the 30th of May 2020. He was the 18th Managing Director of the NNPC and he served in the position from July 2016 to July 2019.

We pray their souls continue to Rest In Peace, Amen.

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