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Confab Delegate Dies, Jonathan commends His Contributions To Nation’s Unity

Late Hamma Misau
Late Hamma Misau

Less than two weeks after the commencement of business by delegates to the National Conference, a member from Bauchi state, Mallam Hamma Misau is dead, even as President Goodluck Jonathan hailed his contributions to the national unity.
Misau, who is a retired Assistant Inspector-General (AIG) of Police, died last night of an undisclosed illness at the National Hospital in Abuja, aged 67.
The deceased’s cousin, Barrister Mohammed Hamma who announced the death said that Muslim funeral prayer will shortly be conducted on him in Bauchi.
In a condolence message, President Jonathan said that Misau had served his nation, Bauchi state and community in his 34 years of distinguished service in the Nigeria Police Force and even in retirement.
Jonathan said that the deceased had continued to be actively engaged with efforts to move the nation forward as shown by his participation in the National Conference.
He condoled with his family, the government and people of Bauchi State, as well as the Chairman of the National Conference, Justice Idris Kutigi (rtd.) and all his co-delegates.
The President joined in mourn the death of Misau even as he enjoined all delegates to the National Conference to resolve to honour his memory by rededicating themselves to working conscientiously towards further strengthening national unity, and promoting peace, security, political stability and faster development in the country.

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