Nigeria remembers, the late chief of staff Mallam Abba Kyari died today last year. It was so painful to all Nigerians after hearing of his death. Last year was so complicated and we lost a lot of lives, part of it was late Mallam Abba Kyari. His death went far and wide, maybe because of his faithfulness to president Muhammadu Buhari and to Nigerians. Time flies a lot and today we remembered the death of the late chief of staff to president Muhammadu Buhari. It came as a shock to everyone when it happened then.
It is exactly one year since Abba Kyari, the former Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari died. He died of covid-19 complications after several days of being hospitalized. The late Abba Kyari was alleged to have contacted the deadly Coronavirus while on an official assignment in Germany. Today, the personal assistant to President Buhari on New Media, Bashir Ahmad mourned the late Chief of Staff through his Twitter handle. "Time flies so fast, actually! It was just like yesterday, but today is exactly
Bashir Ahmad, the personal assistant on new media to President Muhammadu Buhari has taken to his official twitter handle to remember the late Mallam Abba Kyari, former Chief of Staff to President Buhari, who died a year ago. According to Bashir Ahmad, Mallam Abba Kyari died from COVID-19 complications which he contracted in Germany while on an official assignment. Kyari died in a private hospital in Lagos. He prayed that his soul will rest in peace. Kyari was born on 23 September 1952, to a Kanuri family from
Is COS Gambari A Game Changer? Read 6 Major Changes In Aso Rock Since Buhari Appointed Him (Opinion)
President Muhammadu Buhari after the death of his former Chief of Mallam Abba Kyari appointed Professor Ibrahim Gambari as his replacement. Some Nigerians said alot of things about Gambari both positive and negative base on the fact that he worked with Buhari in 1983 when Muhammadu Buhari was a Military Head Of State. In fact some Nigerians have argued that considering some political developments that took place them, his appointment is not a well-deserved one. But few months after his appointment, I'm sure
President Buhari lost a very strong member of His cabinet this year. About 4 months ago, President Buhari lost His Chief Of Staff Mallam Abba Kyari to the deadly Pandemic Coronavirus. Abba Kyari when he was alive, served the country with all his might. He was one of President Buhari's most trusted cabinet members, and cannot be forgotten so soon. Abba Kyari, during his lifetime, had 4 beautiful kids 'Zainab, Nurudeen, Ahmed, and Aisha Kyari'. He had two daughters, Aisha and Zainab, but his daughter Aisha is
2020 has been a year of tragedies, confusions and trials in various aspects both within Nigeria and around the world. During the year, God took the lives of many Nigerians, including prominent politicians, businessmen, journalists, securities, academics and traditional rulers. The incident shook many citizens. Some died of coronavirus infection, while others dies as a result of other diseases, and some for unspecified reasons. Some of the outstanding people who have died in Nigeria in the year 2020 include:
President Muhammadu Buhari will be in pain now, and needs the prayers of Nigerians to remain strong. We all need friends, especially great and loyal friends to keep our old age fun and lively. President Muhammadu Buhari in three months have lost two of his long time friends. First was his former Chief of Staff, Mallam Abba Kyari whom he knew for 42 years. The latest now is Mallam Ismalia Isa Funtua who just passed away. I really feel for the President because we all know how it feels to lose a longtime friend.
One year has passed since the death of Buhari's Chief of Staff, Mallam Abba Kyari.If you can remember Abba Kyari died on April 17, 2020 due to Corona Virus Disease.President Muhammadu Buhari has described the late Abba Kyari as a true friend and patriot.
People react to the payment of €15.21m and 1.708billion naira by FG to German govt for power upgrade
People react to the payment of €15.21m and 1.708billion naira by FG to German govt for power upgrade Earlier this year, before the death of the former presidential Chief of staff, Abba Kyari, Mallam Abba Kyari, and the Minister of Power, Mr. Saleh Mamman, met with Siemens officials in Germany in furtherance of the deal that was signed by the president and the energy company on improving electricity supply in the country. It was learnt that the duo, joined by the Nigerian Ambassador to Germany, Mr. Yusuf
yesterday, the political landscape of Nigeria especially Ogun State politics was shaken with the announcement of the death of Distinguished Senator Buruji Kashamu who represented Ogun East Senatorial District in the 8th Senate of Nigeria. The Senate presided over by Dr Bukola Saraki. Buruji Kashamu was a wealthy politician, Powerful even in physical stature, controversial, a Philanthropist and a popular Socialite. The Ijebu Igbo born Politician lived life to the fullest and fought many wars successfully but
Senator Abiola Ajimobi, former governor of Oyo state and ruling member of the All Democratic Congress, is gone. Today, at the age of 70, he died. Ajimobi died of coronavirus complications at the First Cardiology Hospital in Ikoyi Lagos. Last week he fell into coma and could not save his life after a serious fight. The former Governor has been confirmed to have had lung operation, after which his kidneys fail. Doctors treating him have also confirmed that his family told him that all medical attempts to save
It is no longer news that one of the most feared person in Nigeria in the person of Ibrahim Magu, has been arrested and suspended as the EFCC chairman after being accused of selling looted properties. Until his arrest last week, Ibrahim Magu has recoverd over N500bn from public figures and has made some convictions which include the former governor of Taraba state who was sentenced for 14 years on a 29 count. As at May 28 2018, the EFCC announced that they have recovered over $1.4m and has made 603 convictions.
The campaign vehicle of Tinubu/Dogara 2023 that surfaced online has generated alot of Nigerians. Some of them are already suspecting that Former Lagos State Governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu might contest the 2023 Presidency with Yakubu Dogara as his running mate. The recent defection of Yakubu Dogara to the All Progressive Congress has made it look certain to some Nigerians that Tinubu/Dogara will fly the flag of the broom party come 2023. But such speculation to me is to early. 2023 is still far for everything to
Very few of us will disagree that 2020 has been a hell of a year. Asides the daily struggle of an average human, one worsened by the harsh economic situation of the country, the year was marred by some other unforeseen events. The Covid 19 which claimed thousands of lives, had many hospitalised and the whole population locked out from going about their daily activities. Businesses struggled, people got displaced from work and many other ugly circumstances induced by the pandemic. The End SARS protests and
(1) The death of Ismail Isa Funtua on Monday evening has shaken Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. He must have been shocked to learn that Isma'ila Isa Funtua, his right-hand man, had died a few months after the death of Mallam Abba Kyari, the Chief of Staff of the Presidency. Expressing his condolences over the death of Alhaji Ismai'la Isa Funtua, President Buhari said his death had left a huge mark. President Buhari, in a statement issued by his media adviser Garba Shehu, described the deceased as "a man
The Chairman Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) may have overstayed his welcome and his peak in Office haven Acted as EFCC Boss for more than 5 years. Ibrahim Magu, Born in 1962 is a retired Police Officer. Magu has served in the EFCC under two Chairpersons of EFCC since the days of Ribadu and later Ferida Waziri. Magu was believed to have been shielded by Abba Kyari who unfortunately, died of Covid-19 few Months ago. The smoke of arrest of Magu by DSS has been in the news throughout today but
Former Minister of Aviation and Culture in Nigeria, Mr. Femi Fani Kayode has reacted to the death of Senator Buruji Kashamu. Mr. Kayode expressed shock and sadness over the death of the Ogun State born politician who he described as his brother and friend. He prayed to God Almighty to reward Senator Kashamu with a place in heaven and forgive him his sins. He stated that Senator Kashamu fought a good fight and will be missed. The news broke today that the politician died of COVID-19 complications at the First
When you are in a position of authority, you must be careful of the company you keep; like your aides, wives, psychopaths, all-weather friends, contractors, and bootlickers. Most of them are only interested in what they will gain from you. They are your friends just because of your office, not your image. When Mallam Abba Kyari and Isa Funtua were alive, the number of youths that were following President Buhari on Twitter were more than 8 million, myself inclusive. They were always packaging him. But today,
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