Atiku mourns passing of ex-DIG Dudari

[FILES] Atiku and Okowa. Photo/facebook/IAOkowa/

Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, has expressed his condolences over the passing of a former Deputy Inspector General of Police, Sir Kieran Dudari.

In a statement signed by the Atiku Media Office, yesterday, the presidential flag bearer noted that the late Dudari served the country as a respectable and diligent police officer.

He said: “I wish to express my profound condolences to the Dudari family of Numan Council of Adamawa State over the passing of retired DIG Dudari, the Fyemi Bachama.

“While it must be acknowledged that the deceased lived an exemplary life as a disciplined police officer, family man and community leader, we must thank the Almighty for the lofty legacies he left behind and continue to pray for a gentle repose of his soul.”

Atiku encouraged the entire Dudari family and his native Imburu community, the Bachama Traditional Council and the good people and government of Adamawa State to have the fortitude to bear the loss of an outstanding son.

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