President Buhari Mourns Emir Of Lafia

President Muhammadu Buhari has received with profound sadness news of the passing of the Emir of Lafia, Alhaji Isah Mustapha Agwai I.

On behalf of the Federal Government, the President extends heartfelt commiserations to Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, the Lafia Emirate Council, the people of Lafia and Nasarawa State on the passage of the highly respected monarch who ascended the throne of his ancestors in 1974.

The President assures them of the fullest sympathy of the Federal Government as they mourn the chairman of the Nasarawa State Council of Emirs and Chiefs and state chairman of Jama’tul Nasril Islam (JNI), who will be fondly remembered for his exemplary leadership and tireless efforts at improving the lives of his people.

In the course of his remarkable 44 years on the throne, President Buhari affirms that Alhaji Agwai’s devoted himself to championing inter-religious harmony, tolerance, peacebuilding and conflict prevention as well as promoting the role of education in nation building.

As the remains of the late Emir is buried on Friday, the President prays Allah to receive the monarch’s soul and grant him peaceful repose.

He also prays that Allah will grant the people of Lafia a worthy successor.

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Emir Of Lafia, Isa Agwai Is Dead

The Emir of Lafia, Doctor Isa Mustapha Agwai the First is dead.

Until his death, he was the Chairman, Nasarawa State Traditional Council of Chiefs.

In a statement by a cabinet member of the Emirate Council, Ajiyan  Lafia, Alhaji Suleiman Abubakar says Doctor  Mustapha Agwai the First died after a protracted illness at Nazemiya Turkish Hospital Abuja.

Late Doctor Mustapha Agwai the First was born in 1934 and ascended the throne as Emir of Lafia in 1974.

He is survived by three wives and two children.

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