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VIEW WHAT LATE SENATOR AJIMOBI SAID TO ABBA KYARI AFTER HE PASSED AWAY; THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT …

On Saturday 18th of April 2020, senator Abiola Ajimobi before his abrupt death had taken to his Instagram handle to pay tribute to Abba Kyari, who was the  former Chief of Staff to Nigerian President- Muhammadu Buhari.

He had written “It is with a great sense of personal loss and grief that I mourn the unexpected passage of Malam Abba Kyari. May his soul rest in peace, and may the Almighty Allah grant him Al~janah firdaus.”

He went on to quote the words of Nelson Mandela for the late chief of staff…

“Death is something inevitable. When s man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace”

View his post below…

Now, what he had written and said about Abba Kyari is what people are now saying for him;  people are now mourning the senator with the same RIP words.

Senator Ajimobi had described the late chief of staff to the president- Malam Abba Kyari in a good way,  just like some people are describing him now. He said Abba Kyari was patriotic, hardworking, and a loyalist. Abba Kyari died of coronavirus while representing the country on an offcial assignment outside Nigeria.

May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace in Jesuas name, amen.

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