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  • Updated: June 23, 2024

Katsina: Radda condoles Justice Abdullahi over son's demise

Katsina: Radda condoles Justice Abdullahi over son's demise

Katsina State Governor, Dikko Umaru Radda has condoled the former President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Umaru Abdullahi over the demise of his son, Malam Nasiru Umaru Abdullahi.

The governor extended his condolences to the deceased family when he led a government delegation to the former Appeal Court Justice.

The governor described the deceased as a beacon of humility, kindness, and quiet strength in the community. 

Ibrahim Kaula Mohammed, the governor's Chief Press Secretary disclosed this in a statement Sunday, adding that Governor Radda said: "Despite his prestigious background as the son of a legal luminary who played a pivotal role in shaping Katsina's judicial landscape, Nasir remained a paragon of modesty and selflessness."

Governor Radda added that those who had the privilege of knowing the deceased spoke of his commitment to the welfare of others, his effortless ability to manage complex tasks with grace, and his genuine concern for everyone around him. 

He added that the late Abdullahi's "legacy of kindness and selfless service will continue to inspire us all."

The governor who shared his personal experience of the deceased said: "In Nasir, we witnessed the rare combination of nobility and humility. His loss leaves an irreplaceable void in our hearts and our state.

"As we mourn this great loss, we extend our deepest condolences to Justice Umaru Abdullahi and the entire family. May Allah grant them the strength to bear this loss and may He grant Malam Nasiru Umaru Abdullahi Aljannah Firdaus."

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