NORTHERN GOVERNORS MOURN KOGI CHIEF JUDGE, HAMA BACHAMA
The Northern Governors Forum has condoled with the Government and people of Kogi State over the passing away of Justice Nasiru Ajanah Chief Judge of Kogi State who died at the age of 64.
Chairman of the Forum and Plateau State Governor, Simon Bako Lalong, in a statement, described the death of Justice Ajanah as a great loss to his immediate family, the people of Kogi State, the Judiciary and nation at large.
He said “Justice Nasiru Ajanah served the nation with integrity and honesty as he administered justice without fear or favour. As a life bencher a member of the Presidential Implementation Committee on Financial Autonomy of State Judiciary and State Legislature, he left behind a legacy of hardwork and commitment that will continue to inspire the younger generation particularly in the judiciary where he spent most of his years”.
He prayed God to grant the deceased eternal rest and comfort the family at this difficult moment.
Similarly, the Northern Governors has expressed shock over the death of the Hama Bachama and paramount ruler of the Bachama Kingdom, Homun Honest Irmiya Stephen who died on Sunday June 28th 2020 at the age of 66.
In a message of commiseration on behalf of the Forum, Governor Lalong consoled with the family of the late monarch; people and Government of Adamawa State; and the Bwaytie nation over this sad development.
He described the late monarch as a unifying factor who worked for the peace, stability and development to his kingdom, Adamawa State and the nation at large.
Lalong recalled the years of service of the late monarch in the Nigerian Army where he worked in different parts of the country and in various capacities to ensure that Nigeria’s territorial integrity is defended.
He asked the people of Bachama Kingdom to be consoled by the good legacies he left behind and the development efforts he attracted to his community.
Dr. Makut Simon Macham, ANIPR
Director of Press and Public Affairs to the Governor of
Plateau State & Chairman, Northern Governors Forum.
29th June 2020.
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