Late Dogonyaro excellent officer who sacrificed his life for sovereignty of Nigeria, says Lalong
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Dogonyaro died on Thursday at 80.
Lalong, made this known during a condolence visit to the late Dogonyaro’s residence in Rayfield Jos, on Friday.
“Anytime there is issue of insecurity, I would always find him available, to proffer some advice that I will use, not only in the state but the nation,” he said.
He said Dogonyaro would be missed by Nigerians especially President Muhammadu Buhari, who expressed sadness over his death, saying Nigeria has lost a son, a father, a soldier.
Lalong expressed confidence that the deceased was in the bosom of the Father.
He urged the family to take solace in his outstanding legacies of their father and urged Ngerians to pray for the family.
Responding on behalf of the family, Dr Godfrey Dungum, thanked the governor for comforting the family, saying they were encouraged by the legacies the deceased left for them to follow religiously.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that special prayers was conducted for the family by the former Church Of Christ In Nations (COCIN) President, Rev Pandam Yamsat.
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