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May 6, 2020

Kanos fallen topshot

Kano’s fallen topshots
Kano’s fallen topshots

Last weekend, residents of Kano State were thrown into panic with the death of many prominent indigenes of the state. The deaths, estimated at more than 300, cut across the different walks of life from the corporate world to academics and science and technology.
Even the media was not spared the agony with the death of the Editor of Triumph Newspaper, Alhaji Musa Tijanni.
Other notable sons of Kano who lost their lives in the mysterious deaths between Saturday and Sunday last week included Prof.Ibrahim Ayagi, Dr. Musa Gwarzo, Dahiru Rabiu, Adamu Dal, Salisu Lado, Shamsiyya Mustapha, Nene Umma, Garba Fagge, Nasiru Bichi, Aliyu Dikko, Prof. Balarabe Maikaba and the former Commissioner for Education, Alhaji Aminu Yahaya.
The mystery deaths continued into the early part of the week with the deaths of Dr. Uba Adamu, father of the Vice Chancellor of the National Open University, Prof.Abdullahi Adamu; Spiritual Leader of the Murtala Mohammed Central Mosque in Kano, Sheikh Tijjani Yola; former chairperson of the Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria, Kano State chapter, Hajiya Halima Shittu; a lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Kano State University of Science and Technology (KUST), Wudil, Dr. Ghali Kabiru Umar; among others.
As it would be expected, residents of the city have continued to live in fear over the unusual deaths and the circumstances in which they occurred. Not a few residents of the state believe that the deaths might have to do with the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.

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