Member representing Mashi/Dvisi federal constituency of Katsina state in the House of Representatives, Bello Sani, is dead.
The legislator, believed to be 51 years old, reportedly died on Wednesday.
According to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, the late Bello was compassionate, principled, and interacted freely with all members.
While announcing the death, Dogara said: “With great sadness, I receive the news of the death of Hon. Bello Sani, who represented Mashi/Dvisi federal constituency of Katsina state.
“Our colleague was compassionate, principled, and interacted freely with all members. Our heartfelt condolences go to his immediate family, government and people of Katsina state.
We pray that God gives all the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.”
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Buhari confirms Saraki, Dogara visit, thanks Nigerians for their prayers [PHOTOS]
President Muhammadu Buhari has confirmed that he was visited by Senate President Bukola Saraki, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara and the Senate Leader Ahmed Lawan on Wednesday night.
The lawmakers arrived at the Abuja House in London a few minutes before 8pm Nigerian time.
“I thanked them for visiting. I’m also grateful to Nigerians, Christians and Muslims alike, for their prayers and kind wishes for my health.”
Buhari has been in the UK on medical vacation since January 19.
He was initially scheduled to return February 5, but he sent a letter to the Senate asking for an indefinite extension of his vacation