9th Assembly Honourable-elect, Joseph Asuku Bello, on Friday, April 19, 2019, sent his condolences to the government and people of Kogi State on the death of the Chief Imam of Ebiraland Juma’at Mosque, Alhaji Musa Galadima.
Galadima, aged 98, died on Friday, April 19, 2019.
In a statement by his Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Seun Joseph, the Honourable-elect representing Adavi-Okehi constituency at the Federal House of Representative joined the Ebira people, the immediate and extended family of the cleric, his associates and all Muslims in the state in mourning the religious leader, who he said spent his days praying and teaching values and precepts of the Quran.
“The Honourable-elect believes Alhaji Musa Galadima, who passed on at the age of 98 years, lived a pious, worthy and highly recommendable life that will be remembered by posterity, urging all Muslims in the state to immortalise him by living the virtues of love, peace, and neighbourliness he lived and propagated.
“Honourable Joseph Asuku Bello prays that Allah would grant the soul of the departed good rest, and comfort his family,” the statement read.