The late Second Republic lawmaker representing Kano, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, might be laid to relaxation on Friday afternoon (right now), in response to the Islamic rites at Farm Centre Cemetery, in Tarauni, Kano State.
The ultimate burial prayers might be carried out by 2:00 pm on his stays at Alfur’qan Juma’t Mosque in the identical historic metropolis of Kano.
The nephew of the deceased, Salisu Mohammed, instructed SaharaReporters in regards to the burial association of the previous lawmaker slated for two:00 pm on Friday.
Mohammed, a staunch critic of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration died on Thursday round 8:00 pm.
Salisu defined that Mohammed had been in poor health for 4 days earlier than his dying. He additionally acknowledged that he didn’t die of the lethal coronavirus as reported by the federal government and circulated on social media.
“I’ll wish to inform you in regards to the burial association of the late Dr. Junaid Mohammed,” Salisu stated.
“Remaining Islamic prayers might be carried out on him after Jumat service at Alfur’qan Juma’t Mosque right here in Kano. After that, he might be buried at Farm Centre Cemetery in Kano.
“Junaid Mohammed was my uncle. He died final evening at about 8 pm. And, please he didn’t die of COVID-19 as reported by the federal government. No! He was in poor health for 4 days really. He had hypertension, and died final evening.”
His brother, Dr. Ahmed Salik, a former lecturer with the Bayero College Kano and a former member of the Home of Representatives, confirmed his dying.
Minister of Funding and Commerce, Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo, and different sympathisers have visited the deceased’s home in Kano to sympathise with the household.
The Soviet-trained medical physician was elected to the Nationwide Meeting in 1979 on the Individuals’s Redemption Social gathering’s platform.