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APC loses spokesperson, driver in car crash

Bauchi State spokesperson of All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Auwal Jallah and his driver Shamsudden Mohammed has died in a car crash.

The spokesperson and the driver were involved‎ in a ghastly motor accident on Monday along Azare/Gamawa road.

The accident which instantly claims the life of his driver Shamsuddeen Mohammed left him with several injuries and fractures and taken to Federal Medical Center (FMC) Azare and later taken to Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital in Kano for further treatment.

He ‎later died Thursday night and was buried at his hometown Gamawa the same day according to Islamic rites.‎

Governor Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar, Bauchi State APC chairman, Alhaji Uba Ahmed Nana, state organising secretary of the party and other dignitaries attended the funeral prayer.

Governor Abubakar and other dignitaries later condoled members of the family over the death of the party’s spokesperson and prayed to Allah to forgive his shortcomings and give the family to have the fortitude to bear the loss.

He described late Auwal Jallah as an honest, dedicated person who lived a simple life and associated well with friends and all other members of the party.

Similarly, the state APC chairman, Alhaji Uba Nana had earlier led a delegation of party members to Kuluntum village‎ on Tuesday where they condoled the families of the driver to the late APC spokesperson.


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