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Accident: Sultan’s son, cousins recovering well – Council

The Sultanate Council in Sokoto on Monday said the Sultan’s son and two other relatives who were involved in an auto crash yesterday are recovering rapidly.

“The Sultanate Council is pleased to announce that Amir Sa’ad Abubakar, who is hospitalised on account of injuries he sustained along with his two cousins, Khalifa Muhammad Maacio and Zainab Bara’u Isah, in an automobile accident in Sokoto on Sunday September 9th 2018 is rapidly responding to treatment,” a statement from the Council this evening noted.

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The statement which was signed by Secretary, Sultanate Council, Sokoto, added:” Since the unfortunate accident Sunday afternoon, His Eminence, the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar CFR,mni, his family ,and office have been inundated  with calls and visits by anxious  family members, friends and well-wishers, who have been unsettled since the news of the accident was sensationally broken by a section of the social media.

“We wish to reassure that all those involved in the crash are in good hands in the hospital and are responding positively to treatment.”

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