Shehu Sani, Fani-Kayode, Others Speak on Abba Kyari’s Death

After giving up the ghost about six hours ago, Mallam Abba Kyari, the Chief of Staff to the President is going to be missed despite several criticisms of his person.

Apart from Kyari’s friends and APC members, the eulogies have been coming from some critics of the government and those who usually face Kyari himself on social media.

One of them is Shehu Sani, a former lawmaker. Sani who was a member of the 8th National Assembly described Kyari as a loyal friend of the President.

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“Abba Kyari;The President has lost a trusted & loyal friend.A man who took the bullets of his master with smiles, calmness & silence.We knew his cap & his colors but never his mind or his own side of his story. He will be missed as a Punchman or a punch bag.RIP AK.”

On his part, the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Ali Pantami has prayed for him to be blessed with a good end.

“May the Almighty Allah forgive and be Merciful to Malam Abba Kyari (Chief of Staff to the President). May He (SWT) bless us with a good end.

Femi Fani-Kayode, a staunch critic of President Muhammadu Buhari, mourned Kyari, whom he had known for over four decades.

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I have lost a friend of 40 years. We were at Cambridge together. We worked in my fathers law firm together. We remained close throughout right up until the end even though we disagreed politically. Abba was a good man: a man of honour & a loyal friend. May his soul rest in peace.

The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian Petroleum Company, Mele Kyari also prayed for mercy for the former CoS.

May Allah forgive Mallam Abba Kyari and have mercy upon him. Was a truly good man, profoundly faithful and loyal to our country.

The Minister of Stae for Labour and Productivity, Festus Keyamo said Kyri had assured him that he was fine on Tuesday while chatting with.

“When I chatted with him exactly on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, he assured me his health was fine and that he would faithfully take the treatments. But God always knows best. Sincere condolences to the Kyari family and the Government of Nigeria. Adieu Mallam Abba Kyari.”

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