It was another black day at Aso Rock as Second Republic Minister, Buhari's associate and in-law died after an illness. Isa Funtua, Founding Managing Director of Democrat Newspaper and was the former President of the Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria, NPAN is dead.
According to his family, Mr. Isa-Funtua died Monday night while keeping a doctor’s appointment. He is suspected to have died of cardiac arrest as he was not known to be seriously sick.
His family and Buhari's family have had a good relationship since Isa Funtua's son married President Muhammadu Buhari's daughter. Their relationship started in the seventies and the eighties when both were in the public service and the military.
Late Ismaila Isa-Funtua was the life patron of Newspaper’s Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN) and Chairman of Bulet Construction company.
According to Islamic rites and tradition, he will be buried on Tuesday. May his soul rest in peace.
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