The Chairman of Northern Governors’ Forum and Gombe State Governor, Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya, CON has conveyed his heartfelt condolences over the demise of the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland in Kogi State, Dr. Abdul Rahman Ado Ibrahim who died at 94.
Governor Inuwa Yahaya said the entire Northern Governors moun the loss of this distinguished first-class monarch, a man of peace, and an exemplary leader whose reign was characterized by dedication and commitment to unity, harmony and understanding among the people.
He said, “Dr. Ado Ibrahim’s reign witnessed tremendous progress in his domain, leaving an indelible mark on the traditional and cultural heritage of the Ebira people. He was a cerebral leader of uncommon wisdom, humility and integrity.
“The late monarch’s legacy of peace, honor, unity, and the preservation of cultural heritage will continue to inspire and guide the Ebira race, the Northern region and Nigeria as a whole for generations to come”.
Governor Inuwa Yahaya extended his condolences to the Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, and through him, the government and the people of Kogi State, as well as the entire Ebira land as they mourn the loss of a cherished leader and cultural icon.
The Governor called on the family of the late monarch to uphold his legacy of honour and dignity, and sustain his enduring influence.
The Northern Governors’ Forum Chairman prayed
Almighty Allah to forgive the shortcomings of the late monarch and reward his good deeds with Aljannat Firdaus.
Ismaila Uba Misilli
( Press Affairs)