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Saturday, April 18, 2020

President Buhari's COS Abba Kyari Who Died From COVID 19 Complications Will Be Buried In Abuja Today...

President Buhari's Chief Of Staff Abba Kyari who succumbed in Lagos on Friday April 17,2020 to complication from Coronavirus will be buried today Saturday April 18,2020 in Abuja according to Islamic rites....


May his soul rest in perfect peace!





49 comments:

  1. A man who should bave long retired. Smh

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    1. Baffling..

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    2. Who are you to tell one when to retire? Keep your opinion to yourself and remember that he left family and friends behind @ anon 11.40

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    3. The appropriate age to retire in Nigeria is 65 so anon 11:40 is right. The man should have long retired. May his soul rest in peace

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    4. Barely a month. O ga o. But why go to a high risk region (Germany, Europe) at the peak of a pandemic? Then come back and carry on as normal, no isolation. Covid no dey look face. I hope this will be a wake up call for us as a country to look inwards.

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    5. All is vanity at the end of the day

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  2. I hope they maintain social distancing at d funeral.

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  3. I thought they cremate the bodies of the victims?
    RIP

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    1. No Miss Aboki. Your thoughts are incorrect.

      They have not started to do that.

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  4. He died at a very ripe age,though under an unpleasant way,may his soul rest well

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  5. I don't understand again ooooo.
    He died from Corona virus complications. Y is he going to be buried normally??

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    1. They don't want the virus to stop spreading. God protect us

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  6. Is he not supposed to be cremated. Y is his corpse special??

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  7. Sad Indeed..

    But the crowd I'm seeing on twitter is worrisome.. Are people suppose to be seen clustered like that. Abuja for that matter that has confirmed cases..

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  8. Buhari and his family must be devastated. I guess he didn't stand a chance due to his age and other health issues. RIP

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    1. Well said.

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    2. We don’t even know how this virus is working self. A 78 year old man contracted the disease and he recovered. He has hbp and diabetes. This one no be sey dem say, na person wey I sabi very well. He was in isolation and he has fully recovered. Infact they have retested him and he is now negative. Guy man is doing his daily walks.
      God please save us.

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    3. A 99 year old man in Peru became the oldest person to survive Coronavirus. Person wey go die go die. I honestly has a feeling he won't survive. May his soul find rest. Suffering and the ones he left behind can not be found in the same sentence that's for sure. Lord heal our land please.

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  9. Watching it live on AIT. The crowd I dey see for here ehn,no distancing at all. I hope it doesn't go bad from here.

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    1. Yeah he has just been buried,private ceremony though,no President no Vice President in attendance.
      No social distancing o
      ,hian.

      Watched online,I didn't understand why they laid all those wood inside, I took a walk outside jare.

      Tufiakwa to Covid-19.

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  10. Rest in peace

    i do hope & wish his death will be a wake up call to our president and other top politicians that no matter how long or how much they steal, one day it will amount to nothing when death comes

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    1. Exactly 👍👍

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    2. Wake up is for the sleeping
      Not the unconscious
      Or the dead

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  11. "As long as our leaders pretend to govern, the people will pretend to mourn".

    May his soul rest in peace.

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    1. Why pretend though? I ain't mourning neither am I rejoicing.

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    2. No peace for the wicked

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  12. I thought corpses of those who died of the virus wouldn't be released.

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  13. To be buried ke? Hmmmm, na wa for tge double standards except there's something I am missing.

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  14. Most people that will be attending the funeral may come back with the virus cos I saw the picture somewhere and there was no social distancing at all

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  15. May his soul rest in peace.
    Dear God please heal our land.

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  16. May his soul rest in peace.
    Bubu was so lucky not to be infected by him.

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  17. May his soul Rest In Peace
    But I hope they’ve taken attendance of every one at the burial because there is zero social distancing between them and they are so many God help us in this country where the poor and rich has different laws

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  18. People say don't wish another's downfall, but remember this death was signed long ago, his boss was sick he fails to move for better health care in the country, doctors on strike all the time no support for them, doctors migrating out of the nation no one cared, Lassa fever comes 3 times each each but no 1 care then ebol came yet no 1 cared... Corona came and took him now we should mourn... Nigro biko

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    1. Please dont mourn him. No peace for the wicked

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  19. In a state where there are confirmed cases, they're not maintaining social distancing at all.
    It's one thing to make a law/order in Nigeria, it's another thing to obey it. SMH

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  20. Why did NCDC release the body contrary to the practice of not releasing bodies of covid 19 Victims for normal norburial process.
    Is it because it is Abba Kyari. It is not fair to play double standard and fooling Nigerians.
    Shouldn't they have cremated that body?

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    1. Don't you know they are above the law?

      Only that corona no send them

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  21. Why did NCDC release the body contrary to the practice of not releasing bodies of covid 19 Victims for normal burial process.
    Is it because it is Abba Kyari. It is not fair to play double standard and fooling Nigerians.
    Shouldn't they have cremated that body?

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  22. First they broke lockdown rules by flying him from Abuja to Lagos.

    Then they treated him privately at First Cardiology in Ikoyi despite positivity and isolating other positive members of the public in isolation centre, some people by force despite personal protests.

    Then they flew his Covid 19 positive body back to the Federal Capital Territory for burial.

    Then they released his body for burial contrary to what Lai Mohammed said that Covid 19 dead bodies cannot be released for burial.

    Then almost 500 - 1000 people gathered for the burial effectively breaking Federal Government rule that not more than 20 or even 50people can gather at a point in time.

    Then, they dug a shallow grave for the body in the centre of town, gudu cemetry.

    And some there neither wore masks or any other PPE especially the grave diggers.

    A man in Green native without PPE even touched the body whilst helping the workers in PPE.

    Some workers in PPE were even seen touching their faces and goggles after touching the body with some's clothes visibly running the dead body under from their PPE as they lowered the body into the shallow grave.

    And the body was buried in just white traditional robes. No protection nothing for the people, or the environment.

    No protection from possible thieves/scavengers who may want to come scavenge dead bodies in the middle of the night after burial.

    No accounting for or planning that every one at the burial must self isolate for 14 days after the burial.

    How is this leading by example? How does a government make the rules and then shamelessly break the rules on National Television for all to see.

    I am ashamed of this government. And this, reminds me of the novel titled Animal farm...

    Abuja should brace for impact in the next 14days.

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    1. This is what happens when u put illiterates in govt positions. Let them continue....I don't pity them

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  23. only God will help us, the government has failled

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  24. This is what happens when u put illiterates in govt positions. Let them continue....I don't pity them

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