Ex NMA, APBN President, Dr Idris Omede commiserates with family of late Alhaji Abdullahi Ibrahim

Former President, Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) and Association of Professional Bodies Of Nigeria (APBN), Dr Idris Omede has expressed shock over the death of Alhaji Abdullahi Ibrahim SAN,CON.OFR former Minister of Education amongst other ministries of the Federal Republic.

A statement issued by the immediate past Commissioner for Health in Kogi state, says Nigeria has lost one of it’s finest public servant and a great achievers of human capital and infrastructural development.

He described the former Minister as a role model to many, his community, Kogi state and Nigeria at large, with large trail of accomplishments.

Dr Omede Idris recalled the roles the quintessential elder statesman played in repositioning and advancing the Education, Transport /Aviation and Judiciary when he held sway as minster at different times in these ministries and sectors.

He ensured a well thought policies and blue prints in the governance system of this ministries.

While out of public service, he also made yet, a huge success in his well established private legal practice.

The Kogi state former Commissioner of Health joined numerous sympathisers to console and condole the family and all affected to take solace in Allah and also in the legacies this great Icon and legal luminary of Kogi state and an accomplished nationalist has left behind.

‘His exemplary and contentious life and life style, in-depth religious knowledge and practice are some of the invaluable assets and attributes he left behind.’

He prayed Allah grant him Aljanat Firdausi (Paradise).

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