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49 Year-Old Borno Deputy Governor Dies In His Sleep - The Herald


49 Year-Old Borno Deputy Governor Dies In His Sleep - The Herald: The deputy governor was in Yola to represent his state governor, Kashim Shettima, at a function in a university.

Reports indicated that Umar was discovered dead at about 8am this morning when his aides noticed that he had not woken up for early morning prayers as was his practice.

It was learnt that his corpse has been deposited at the mortuary, while preparation is being made for his burial which will take place later today.

The Governor of Borno State has confirmed his death.

Meanwhile, the Acting National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prince Uche Secondus, has on behalf of the National Executive Committee of the People Democratic Party condoles with the government and people of Borno state over the death of the deputy governor of the state, Alhaji Zannah Umar Mustapha.

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