A delegation from the Sultan of Sokoto visits Governor Bello over Ohinoyi’s passing

A team from His Eminence Sa'ad Abubakar, the Sultan of Sokoto, visited with Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello to discuss the demise of His Royal Majesty, Ado Ibrahim, the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland.

The Etsu Nupe, His Royal Majesty, Abubakar Yahaya, CFR, who led the delegation, delivered a letter of condolence to the governor, expressing sympathy to him, the , and the good people of Kogi State on the passing of Dr. Ado Ibrahim, according to Onogwu Muhammed, the governor's chief press secretary.

In the statement, Governor Bello said he was grateful that the group took the time to make a condolence visit and that they sympathized with the people of Ebiraland and the Kogi State administration.

“I want to sincerely thank you for finding it worthy to commiserate with us and also for finding time to pay a condolence visit,” he said, praising the late Ohinoyi for his influential and excellent life. Sa'aki, the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, led a comfortable life and had a profound effect on his people's way of life.

Because we have the same ancestry, we had a father-son bond with him while he was living.

“I personally mourn the passing of His Royal Majesty because our late royal father's mother and my grandfather shared the same parents,” the statement read.

Additionally, Governor Bello reaffirmed the administration's commitment to placing the wellbeing of the state's traditional rulers first, promising that his successor would carry on this policy.

For the sake of the populace as a whole, he emphasized the peaceful cohabitation and cooperation between Kogi State's traditional rulers and the government.

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Governor Bello also emphasized the good ties the late Ohinoyi had established with the Sultan of Sokoto and all other traditional rulers in Nigeria.

The Etsu Nupe, speaking on behalf of the delegation, offered prayers for the peaceful resting place of the late Ohinoyi's soul as well as the condolences of the Sultan and all of the Northern Traditional Council Chiefs.

He praised Governor Bello for forging and preserving a close bond with traditional leaders and emphasized in particular the importance the governor gave to the welfare of traditional leaders in Kogi State.

The group said they were informed about the government's support for the family during their Monday visit to the deceased's family in Okene, and they applauded the governor for his concern, love, and respect for the traditional institution.

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