Buhari mourns Harry Akande

President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with family and friends of renowned business mogul and presidential aspirant of the then All People’s Party (APP), Chief Harry Akande, praying that God will comfort and strength them at such a difficult time.

A statement issued in Abuja, on Monday, by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity), said the president joined international and local business partners of the deceased, management and staff of his companies, and all beneficiaries of his foundation in mourning the public spirited investor, who over the years registered his kindness in helping the deprived and underprivileged.

It expressed the president’s belief that Chief Akande’s role in the nation’s development remains remarkable and commendable, particularly contributing to infrastructural development by ensuring extension of basic services to communities wherever he invested, and continually expanding his interests in construction, electricity and healthcare.

The President prayed for the repose of his soul.


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