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Ammasco Oil CEO commiserate with FG, Bornu State, Kyari family

Ammasco Oil CEO commiserate with FG, Bornu State, Kyari family

Alhaji Ado Mustapha, the Chairman/CEO of Ammasco Oil commiserates with the President and Commander-in-Chief, Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency President Muhammad Buhari upon the death of Mallam Abba Kyari, his personal friend of over forty years and who was his Chief of Staff between year 2015 and Friday 17th April, 2020.

The Kano based lubricants producer said he was saddened to hear of the demise of the enigmatic Chief-of-Staff at this critical period in the life of the country.

He said: “No one can prepare for a loss; it comes like a swift wind.”

He however urges the President to take comfort in knowing that the departed is now resting in the arms of God and beseeches him that: “May you always hold fond memories of his life with you.”

While also commiserating with the government and people of Bornu State, Alhaji Ado Mustapha said: “Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this heartbreaking time.”

In the same vein, he condoles with the families Mallam Abba Kyari left behind saying: “My deepest sympathies go out to you all.”

Alhaji Ado Mustapha who said he firmly believes that God will accept Mallam Abba Kyari with open arms for all the good he has done while he was on this earth prayed that: “God gives you the comfort and peace that you seek and may the soul of your loved one rest in peace!”

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