Jigawa lawmaker, Adamu Babban Bare, dies at 57

TH Jigawa State House of Assembly has announced the death of its member, Honourable Adamu Babban Bare, the member representing Kafin-Hausa constituency state constituency.

The Chairman, House Committee on Information, Hon. Aminu Zakari Tsubut who announced the demise of the late lawmaker said “the house received with great shock on the demise of one of our patriotic and selfless members in the person of Hon. Adamu Babban Bare member representing Kafin Hausa constituency.”

Zakari described the death of Babban Bare as a great loss not only to his family and assembly members but also to the entire APC family and Jigawa State in general.

The deceased died at the age of 57 after a prolonged illness suspected to be cancer and kidney ailment.

His burial will be conducted in his hometown Kafin-Hausa by 11 am according to Islamic rites.

Hon. Babban Bare was elected member representing Kafin-Hausa in the State Assembly in the 2019 general elections. He was a former secretary of Kafin-Hausa local government.

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