The remains of Senator Aisha Jummai Alhasaan popularly known as Mama Taraba who died on Friday in Cairo, Egypt will be buried today at the Muslims’ cemetery in Jalingo. According to the Media Aide of the late Minister, Mr Bala Muhammed, while briefing Journalists yesterday, said the corpse of Mama Taraba who was the former Minister of Women Affairs and Child Development until her untimely demise will arrive Jalingo, Taraba State capital this morning from Cairo, Egypt and she will be laid to rest later after they have carried out the necessary rites.
Mr Muhammed also revealed, that the funeral prayers will take place at the Emir of Muri's place in Jalingo and then she will be buried around 5 o'clock PM West Africa Time (WAT).
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