Alhaji Hussaini Zanwa Akwanga, a former Minister of Labour and Productivity, is dead.
According to a report by Vanguard, Akwanga died on Friday at the age of 77 after a protracted illness in his country home Akwanga, the headquarters of Akwanga local government of Nasarawa State.
The former Minister, a professional teacher, became a minister in 2003 but was sacked by the then President Olusegun Obasanjo.
In 2017, the former minister was kidnapped in his farm in Kurmin Tagwaye Village, near Akwanga, but was however released two days later after paying the ransom.
The deputy chairman of Akwanga local government area of Nasarawa State, Alhaji Safiyanu Isa who confirmed the death of the former Minister said “the former minister died today (Friday), in Akwanga”
He has since been buried according to Islamic rites in his hometown, Akwanga.
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