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Nasir El-Rufai lost younger brother in an auto accident

NEWISSUES, Abuja

Former FCT Minister Nasir El-Rufai lost his younger brother in a car accident today. They were three others who lost their lives in the car. They were buried at 3pm today. El-Rufai posted it on his wall on Facebook and sympathisers have been paying their condolence. He wrote:

 

“On behalf of the El-Rufai family, I thank all of you for the support, sympathies and prayers. May Almighty God accept our prayers, Amen.

 

Ibrahim was my immediate kid brother, and until recently worked with First Bank of Nigeria. He is survived by our mother, his siblings, wives and children. Our nephew Lawal Sani Gwandu was younger, married and survived by his wife and children too. Their three other friends that died in the vehicle accident I did not know very well. May Aljannah Firdaus be their final abode, Amen.

 

We just got into Kaduna with the five corpses. We hope that they will be prepared for funeral prayers scheduled for 3.30pm at Sultan Bello Mosque. They will be buried insha Allah at the Dawaki Road cemetery after the Asr prayers.

 

We thank you all and may God reward all in kind, Amen. Nasir

 

On behalf of the El-Rufai family, I thank all of you for the support, sympathies and prayers. May Almighty God accept our prayers, Amen.

 

Ibrahim was my immediate kid brother, and until recently worked with First Bank of Nigeria. He is survived by our mother, his siblings, wives and children. Our nephew Lawal Sani Gwandu was younger, married and survived by his wife and children too. Their three other friends that died in the vehicle accident I did not know very well. May Aljannah Firdaus be their final abode, Amen.

 

We just got into Kaduna with the five corpses. We hope that they will be prepared for funeral prayers scheduled for 3.30pm at Sultan Bello Mosque. They will be buried insha Allah at the Dawaki Road cemetery after the Asr prayers.

 

We thank you all and may God reward all in kind, Amen. Nasir”

 

 

 

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