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Anambra consoles family of killed woman

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 GOVERNMENT of Anambra State has condoled with Jubril Ahmed, the husband of the late Hariri Jubril, who was killed alongside four children by yet-to-be identified gunmen in Anambra.

  The government paid the condolence through a delegation led by Commissioner for Information, Sir Paul Nwosu to commiserate with Jubril in Cattle Market, Amansea, Awka South Local Government Area, on behalf of Gov. Chukwuma Soludo.

  Other members of the delegation include Commissioner for Women and Social Development, Mrs. Ify Obinabo and Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr. Christian Aburime, among others.

  Conveying the governor’s condolence on behalf of ndi Anambra, Commissioner Nwosu urged Jubril to take solace in the Almighty God as ultimate consoler of bereaved people. 

  Nwosu also assured Jubril that the killing of his wife and their four children has no relationship with attack on any particular tribe or religion,  stressing that ndi Igbo and other tribes will continue to live together in peace and harmony while everybody go about their lawful businesses.

  According to Nwosu, Gov. Soludo and the entire state were shocked over the cold blood murder of the deceased, adding that the governor would have personally visited Jubril but for an urgent security concerns he was attending to.

  Also speaking, Obinabo stated that Anambra people are largely travellers noted for accommodation of people from diverse backgrounds.

  She equally advised criminals unleashing wanton killings under the facades of gunmen to have a rethink.

  Earlier while welcoming the delegation, Leader of Miyetti Allah in South East, Gidado Sadiq, who described the incident as horrible, thanked Gov. Soludo for his concerns as delivered by the team.

  A Muslim cleric and Sarkin Chamba of Anambra State, Usman Farang prayed for God’s guidance on Gov. Soludo, as well as a quick end to the spate of violence in the country.

  Others who were on hand to welcome the governor’s delegation include Chairman of Amansea Cattle Market, Bello Maigari and younger sister of the  late Harira, Suweiba Musa, among many members of Hausa residents of Amansea.

  The delegation later presented cash donation to Harira’s bereaved husband.

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