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Mark commiserate with Tinubu , Goje

Former President of the Senate, Senator David Mark has sent message of condolence to All Peoples Congress (APC) chieftain, Senator Bola Tinubu and former Governor…

Former President of the Senate, Senator David Mark has sent message of condolence to All Peoples Congress (APC) chieftain, Senator Bola Tinubu and former Governor of Gombe state Senator Danjuma Goje over the demise of their loved ones.

Senator Bola Tinubu lost his first son, Jide  on Wednesday while Senator Goje lost his wife Hajia Fatima Yelwa  a couple of days ago.

Senator Mark in separate  condolences  to the bereaved families regretted the demise of the deceased and described the incidents  as painful .

He lamented that the Tinubus lost a heir apparent who was  in every sense of the word promising and focused towards contributing to the development of Nigeria.

Senator Mark stated: "I identify with you at this moment of grief. I earnestly share in this pain and prayed that God comfort you ceaselessly".

On the death of  Senator Goje’s wife, Senator Mark described Yelwa as supportive  and accommodative woman who will be missed greatly .

Senator Mark told Goje: : Your wife was a kind and generous woman whose support and impact was felt by all and sundry in Gombe state and beyond .She was a role model  and  an epitome of humility ".

Mark counseled the bereaved to take solace in the fact that God will never leave or forsake them especially in their times.

  He pray that God almighty gives  the bereaved the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

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