- Again the family of Hon. Idi Barde Gubana, Deputy Governor of Yobe State, was put in a dejected mood
- This happened when Gubana lost his teenage daughter barely a week after losing his seven-year death. one-year-old son in car crash
- Khadija, known as Siyama, is the youngest accident victim to be critically injured
Damaturu, Yobe – The Deputy Governor of Yobe State, Hon. Idi Barde Gubana, lost a 16-year-old daughter, Khadija (Siyama), to a car accident days after his son at died in a car accident, reports Leadership.
A A statement issued Thursday, June 16, by its press secretary Hussaini Mai Suleh in Damaturu, the state capital Yobe, announced that Khadija Idi Barde Gubana (Siyama) died in a car accident on Maiduguri-Kano Road.
According to the statement, Khadija died of the Consequences of the accident.
Hussaini Mai Suleh shares more details with us
Suleh said the deceased was according to Islamic rites in the Palace of the Mai of Fune in the town of Damagum in the Fune local government of the state.
The statement reads:
“She has her parents , brothers and sisters left behind. May her soul rest in peace, may Almighty God give the family the courage to bear the steadfastness, especially the pillar of the family, Hon Idi Barde Gubana.”
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Sadness, irreparable loss as Yobe Deputy Governor loses son in car crash
According to a statement by Gubana’s chief spokesman Hussaini Mai Suleh, the seven-year-old boy who succeeded Governor Mai Mala Buni died in a car accident on the Maiduguri-Kano road.
Suleh noted that the deceased was buried on the same day in accordance with Islamic funeral rites at the Palace of Mai of Fune was buried in Damaturu, Damagun Town of Fune Municipality.
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