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NULGE President Dies in Abuja

Ibrahim Khaleel

Ibrahim Khaleel, President of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has died in Abuja. Khaleel who passed away in his Abuja residence was reported to have slumped while trying to perform the magrib prayers on Wednesday.

Governor Bello Mohammed of Zamfara state expressed his condolences to the NULGE, and the Kano State Government said he was with the deceased at the Government house, Gusau, along with the Zamfara NULGE officials on Tuesday. He described Khaleel’s death as ‘a great lesson to leaders at all levels to fear Allah in discharging their responsibilities as death can occur at any time.’

The governor described Khaleel as a freedom fighter and a dogged activist who totally served in the struggle for the welfare of workers. He remarked that his contributions would always be remembered by the labour leaders, especially his simplicity, hard work, honesty and humility to all.

His death, according to the governor, is a monumental loss to the country, labour unions and the Kano State government, adding that the vacuum his death created would be very difficult to fill.

The statement titled, ‘Governor Matawalle condoles with NULGE, Kano State government over the death of NULGE National President, Ibrahim Khaleel,’ partly reads, ‘Matawalle extended his heartfelt condolences to the NULGE, Nigeria Labor Congress, Kano State Government and the deceased’s immediate family for the great loss and prayed Almighty Allah to reward his soul with Jannatul Firdaus and give them the fortitude to bear the loss.’

NULGE President Dies in Abuja

Ibrahim Khaleel, President of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has died in Abuja. Khaleel who passed away in his Abuja residence was reported to have slumped while trying to perform the magrib prayers on Wednesday.

Governor Bello Mohammed of Zamfara state expressed his condolences to the NULGE, and the Kano State Government said he was with the deceased at the Government house, Gusau, along with the Zamfara NULGE officials on Tuesday. He described Khaleel’s death as ‘a great lesson to leaders at all levels to fear Allah in discharging their responsibilities as death can occur at any time.’

The governor described Khaleel as a freedom fighter and a dogged activist who totally served in the struggle for the welfare of workers. He remarked that his contributions would always be remembered by the labour leaders, especially his simplicity, hard work, honesty and humility to all.

His death, according to the governor, is a monumental loss to the country, labour unions and the Kano State government, adding that the vacuum his death created would be very difficult to fill.

The statement titled, ‘Governor Matawalle condoles with NULGE, Kano State government over the death of NULGE National President, Ibrahim Khaleel,’ partly reads, ‘Matawalle extended his heartfelt condolences to the NULGE, Nigeria Labor Congress, Kano State Government and the deceased’s immediate family for the great loss and prayed Almighty Allah to reward his soul with Jannatul Firdaus and give them the fortitude to bear the loss.’

Ibrahim Khaleel, President of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) has died in Abuja. Khaleel who passed away in his Abuja residence was reported to have slumped while trying to perform the magrib prayers on Wednesday.

Governor Bello Mohammed of Zamfara state expressed his condolences to the NULGE, and the Kano State Government said he was with the deceased at the Government house, Gusau, along with the Zamfara NULGE officials on Tuesday. He described Khaleel’s death as ‘a great lesson to leaders at all levels to fear Allah in discharging their responsibilities as death can occur at any time.’

The governor described Khaleel as a freedom fighter and a dogged activist who totally served in the struggle for the welfare of workers. He remarked that his contributions would always be remembered by the labour leaders, especially his simplicity, hard work, honesty and humility to all.

His death, according to the governor, is a monumental loss to the country, labour unions and the Kano State government, adding that the vacuum his death created would be very difficult to fill.

The statement titled, ‘Governor Matawalle condoles with NULGE, Kano State government over the death of NULGE National President, Ibrahim Khaleel,’ partly reads, ‘Matawalle extended his heartfelt condolences to the NULGE, Nigeria Labor Congress, Kano State Government and the deceased’s immediate family for the great loss and prayed Almighty Allah to reward his soul with Jannatul Firdaus and give them the fortitude to bear the loss.’

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