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Aliko Dangote Revealed How He watched His Brother Die Without Life Support!

 

The executive governor of Kano State, “Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje standing, addressing The APC national leader “Bola Tinubu” (in blue) during his condolence visit to Alh. Aliko Dangote (second right) over the death of his brother “Late. Sani Dangote”.

 

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Dangote Group, “Alh. Aliko Dangote” has unveiled how he watched his brother, Late. Sani Dangote die after he was put off the life support.

 

Dangote disclosed this when the former Governor of Lagos State and current APC national leader, “Asiwaju Bola Tinubu”, paid a condolence visit to the deceased family in Kano, source: Vanguard reports.

 

“It was very tough for me to watch my brother die in my presence and his family after he was taken off life support”, Dangote said.

 

He added, “It is a very tough time for us; it has been very trying, especially for myself. Having a brother like him; once you lose him it is really very painful. He died in my presence, our mother and all his children.

 

“The most painful thing is when you are told that your brother will be passing on in about an hour. And you standby watching as the machine is going down until it stopped operating. It is very sad and pathetic.

 

However, the Africa’s richest man, thanked Tinubu for sparing his time to visit the family. He also thanked many others present, adding that their presence would contribute huge in reducing the pain they suffer from the big loss.

 

Dangote said, “Your excellency, you are our host because you are the governor of all of us and we really appreciate you for spending almost the whole week managing with the crowds, it wasn’t not easy.

 

I thank you all for all your prayers and kind support. This will actually help decrease the pain that we are going through,” Aliko Dangote added.

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Uganda Bomb Attack: Muslim cleric alleged of jihadist links shot dead

 

The Security operatives in Uganda have shot to dead a Muslim cleric who is accused of working and associating with a terrorist group linked to suicide bombings in the capital city Kampala.

 

The cleric “Sheikh Muhammad Abas Kirevu” who recruited for cells run by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) – rebels who have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group said officials.

 

Late sheikh Muhammad Abas Kiervu was killed outside the city of Kampala.

 

About four people were killed by the attackers on motorbikes who show up themselves in the city on Tuesday.

 

Whereas more than 30 others were seriously injured in the attack, which IS claimed responsible and was behind the attack, while officials have blamed on the ADF.

 

“Islamist militant ADF” A group which was formed in Uganda in the year 1990s but is currently based in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after pledging allegiance to IS in 2019, it has carried out attacks in the group’s name.

 

So far twenty-one people have been arrested since Tuesday’s attack, the incident which police have described as the dismantling of ADF terrorist cells in Kampala and across the country.

 

The Police spokesperson “Fred Enanga” said 13 suspects, including many children, were stopped while trying to cross the border to DR Congo.

 

Meanwhile, On Wednesday, four suspected ADF members were killed near the border.

 

Another cleric, “Sheikh Suleiman Nsubuga”, who is accused of training the terrorists, radicalising potential recruits, and providing equipment for thegroup to make improvised explosive devices is declared wanted.

 

The attack that took place on Tuesday was the latest in a number of recent bomb explosions in Kampala.

 

The previous month, a 20-year-old waitress was killed after a device was left in a shopping bag, detonated in a bar in the city. Days after the attack occurred many people were injured when a suicide bomber explode itself up in a bus near Kampala. Police say both were linked to the ADF.

 

The bombings on Tuesday marked the biggest attack by the ADF and has been linked to in Uganda since establishing relations with IS.

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