President Buhari commiserates with Governor Yahaya Bello over passing of mother

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Updated: March 7, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday condoled with Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State over the passing of his mum, Hajiya Hauwau Oziohu Bello, 101, praying that God almighty will comfort her family and loved ones.

The President urged the governor, family members and all associates of Hajiya Bello to find solace in the grace of long life given to the matriarch, and her strength of character in bringing up her children, grandchildren and great-grand children in fear of God, while promoting strong moral values in her community.

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President Buhari said he believes the legacies of generosity, kindness and virtue that Hajiya Bello lived by, and consistently advocated will always be remembered.

The President urged the family and all citizens of Kogi State to immortalize the matriarch by promoting her values, praying that God will grant her soul peaceful rest.

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