Gov. Bello condoles Kontagora Emirate over death of Gen. Wushishi

December 5, 2021
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Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State, Chairman North Central Governors Forum, on Sunday sent a condolence message to the people of Wushishi Local Government Area, Kontagora Emirate and the entire Nigerlites over the death of Nigeria’s former Chief of Staff, General Mohammed Inuwa Wushishi (rtd).

Governor Sani Bello described the late Chief of Staff, General Wushishi, as a perfect gentleman, Father, Soldier and an administrator of high ethics and impeccable morality.

According to Governor Bello, “even after active service, late General Wushishi continued to offer useful counsel that helped in the development of the society.”

The governor noted that the death of General Wushishi has created a vacuum that can only be filled by Allah, adding that the society will miss his wise counsels which are most needed now in overcoming the numerous challenges that have bedevilled Nigeria in general.

The late Chief of Staff, General Wushishi, was born on January 1, 1940, in Wushishi , Wushishi Local Government Area, Niger State.

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