Few days after the death of former Nasarawa state governor, Mr. Aliyu Akwe-Doma, the first civilian governor of Adamawa, Alhaji Saleh Michika, has been reported dead.
Michika died on Saturday night at the Yola Federal Medical Centre where he was receiving treatment.
Mr Macaulay Hunohashi, the Special Adviser on Media to Gov. Muhammadu Bindow, said the governor who visited Michika at the hospital on Saturday was later in the night informed of Michika’s death.
Born in 1941, Michika became the first elected governor of Adamawa, state created out of defunct Gongola state from 1992 to 1993 under the defunct National Republican Convention (NRC).
Michika left behind wives, 38 children and 99 grandchildren.
The deceased will be buried today (Sunday) by 2 pm in his hometown, Michika.
The social media is already agog with the news of the death as Governor Muhammad Jibrilla, tweeted: “I join the family and the entire people of Adamawa State in mourning the death of our father and former and Governor of Adamawa State, Alhaji Saleh Michika. May Allah grant him Al-jannatul-Firdausi.”
Ibrahim babangida @IBabangidau, said “Funeral arrangements for the late Alhaji Abubakar Abdallah Saleh Michika, Salatul janaza:at Modibbo Adama central mosque Yola, immediately after Zuhr prayer.Good night. Have a memorable night.”
Danjuma Maduwa @Danjuma_maduwa tweeted: `Inna lillahi wa inna illahi raji’un. We’re mourning the departure of former Governor of Adamawa State HE Alh. Saleh Michika who departed today due to a brief illness in his home state Adamawa.
May Allah forgive and have mercy on his gentle soul. Ameen”.
…and University at the School for Arabic studies. Father to 38 children, 17 boys& 21 girls, 99 grand children, and 3 great grand children, all from his 4 wives;Hajiya Daudu, Mairama, Aisha and Nana Saleh Michika of Algerian& Nigerien descent from Tamanrasset Province, Algeria.
— IG: [TarabaFacts] (@TarabaFacts) March 11, 2018
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