Ibrahim Yaro Suleiman, the former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), Kaduna State chapter, has reportedly died.
Suleiman was said to have died of protracted illness.
In a condolence message signed and made available to pressmen by the state’s Publicity Secretary of the party, Abraham Catoh, commiserated with the deceased’s family.
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The statement read, “The entire State Executive Committee led by the chairman, Felix Hassan Hyat, sympathised with the immediate family of its first Chairman in the state, Ibrahim Yaro Suleiman, who passed away after a protracted illness.”
The statement described the late former PDP chairman as an astute politician and elder statesman of immense value to the state.
It further praised his contribution to the growth of the party across the state while he was alive, saying that his contribution would never be forgotten.
In other news, Plateau State Police Command has issued a stern warning to miscreants planning to disrupt the inauguration ceremony to steer clear or face the full consequences of their actions.
Alabo said, “In view of the forthcoming 29th May, 2023, gubernatorial handing over ceremony in the State, the Plateau State Police Command has issued stern warning to miscreants who planned to disrupt the handing over process to abort their evil intentions and stay away from the handing over venue or be ready to face the consequences when arrested.”
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According to him, “As part of efforts to ensure a hitch-free transition ceremony, the Command has put in place adequate security measures to secure the venue of the event and other parts of the State.
“The Commissioner of Police, Plateau State Command, Bartholomew Onyeka, also advises those who have no business or role to play at the event to stay away from the venue of ceremony.
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