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What A Sad Story! Kano Loses 13 Important People Within A Day

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Kano Loses 13 Important People Within A Day

Kano Loses 13 Important People Within A Day

Death which has become a common household name in Kano has caused fear in the minds of residents of Kano State over the unusually high number of deaths been recorded in a small amount number of hours.

In records, within 24 Hours, 13 prominent people have died. This death includes professors, a newspaper editor, and other professionals.

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The Nation Newspaper recorded the names of those who have died in the state within Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26, which are:

  1. Prof Ibrahim Ayagi
    2. Dr. Musa Umar Gwarzo
    3. Alhaji Dahiru Rabiu (former Grand Khadi)
    4. Musa Tijjani (Editor of Triumph Newspaper)
    5. Adamu Isyaku Dal, who was a former Executive Secretary of the State Universal Basic Education Board
    6. Alhaji Salisu Lado
    7. Hajiya Shamsiyya Mustapha
    8. Hajiyaj Nene Umma
    9. Alhaji Garba Sarki Fagge
    10. Dr Nasiru Maikano Bichi, Secretary Student Affairs, northwest university
    11. Prof Aliyu Umar Dikko of Physiology Department, Bayero University Kano
    12. Ado Gwanja’s mother
    13. Professor Balarabe Maikaba, a senior lecturer of mass communication at the Bayero University, Kano

Several people in the state are reported to have died from unexplained causes.

Reports have emerged that cemeteries in the state have witnessed an increase in the number of burials.

The increasing death rate amid the coronavirus pandemic is said to be causing fear among some residents in the state.

Meanwhile, following the mass deaths recorded in Kano state amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has demanded an investigation should be launched into the situation immediately.

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The 54 countries in the region have a death toll of 100,000 from 3,793,660 reported cases, according to an AFP record.

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Liberian President George Weah on Sunday put the country’s health authorities on heightened alert after four people died of Ebola in neighbouring Guinea, the first resurgence of the disease in five years.
Weah mandated the Liberian health authorities and related stakeholders in the sector to heighten the country’s surveillance and preventative activities in the wake of reports of the emergence of the deadly Ebola virus disease in neighbouring Guinea, his office said in a statement.

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Guinea’s Health Minister, Remy Lamah told the Press on Saturday that four people had died of Ebola, the first deaths since a 2013-2016 epidemic which began in Guinea killed 11,300 people across the region.

According to Weah’s statement on Sunday, the new deaths occurred in Guinean town of Gouecke close to Liberia’s northeastern border.

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