Covid-19: Mallam Abba kyari’s death: NANTA urge the president, family and Nigerians to be strong

Covid-19: Mallam Abba kyari’s death: NANTA urge the president, family and Nigerians to be strong

The President, National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA), Mrs. Susan Akporiaye says the entire body of the travel trade operators were taken aback by the sudden demise of Mallam Abba kyari, chief of staff to the president, urging the President, the family and Nigerians to be strong.

Late Mallam Abba Kyari buried at Gudu Cemetery Abuja FCT

Late Mallam Abba Kyari buried at Gudu Cemetery Abuja FCT

In a condolence message to the Presidency and Nigerians, Mrs. Susan Akporiaye expressed the deep pains of the association over the sad development, noting that the father figure of the President’s right hand man will be missed by all who come to appreciate his dedication and loyalty to President Buhari and Nigerians in general.

We at NANTA, were shocked having prayed and trusted that he would pull through after testing positive to corona virus. Mallam Abba Kyari was a brave man, and his position will be hard to replace” Mrs Susan Akporiaye added.

NANTA, she disclosed will pay a condolence visit to the presidency when the lockdown is lifted to encourage the President and all our friends at the presidency who worked closely with the late Mallam Abba Kyari to keep Nigeria going in the right direction.

Though we give God the glory for the life of the late chief of staff to the President but as humans, his demise was very unexpected and regrettable but we rejoice that he served the President and the people of Nigeria well.” Mrs. Akporiaye explained further, and prayed for God to accept his soul and keep his immediate family in peace with fortitude to bear the loss”

She called on Nigerians to obey lock down directives and keep to covid 19 protocols to help stem the rising tide of the deadly pandemic.

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