Home » Headlines » Sani Dangote laid to rest in Kano

Sani Dangote laid to rest in Kano

From Desmond Mgboh, Kano

The remains of the Vice Chairman of the Dangote Group, Sani Dangote have been laid to rest in Kano city.

Sani, a younger brother to Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, was buried Wednesday morning at the Dantatas family cemetery in Koki area.

Breaking News, Nigerians can now work in Nigeria and get paid in US Dollars Click here to apply today .

Prior to the final rites, a funeral prayer was held at the emir’s palace for the deceased who passed away at a hospital in the US on Sunday night after a protracted illness.

The well attended funeral prayer was led by the Imam of the palace, Sheikh Sani Muhammad.

Daily Sun observed that the burial was attended by members of the political class, captains of industry, relatives and a cross section of well wishers from within the state, amid a noticeable security presence around the city.

Those present included Aliko Dangote, former Senate President Bukola Saraki, Garba Shehu, Babagana Zulum, Senator Barau Jibrin and the DG of the Department of State Services, Yusuf Magaji Bichi.


Short URL: http://newnigerianpolitics.com/?p=61701

Posted by on Nov 24 2021. Filed under Headlines. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Cede Power to the South, Shehu Sani advises Buhari


Wike bans prostitution, nightclubbing in Rivers


Video Focus: The Concept of Federalism – The Nigerian Case

Adeboye releases 2022 prophecies: What they are

Browse Africa & World Politics

Featuring Top 3/2162 of Africa & World Politics

Browse National Politics

Featuring Top 5/1169 of National Politics

Jonathan, 8th NASS responsible for insecurity in Nigeria not Buhari

Browse NNP Columnists

Featuring Top 10/1484 of NNP Columnists

Why Buhari must sign amended Electoral Act – Wike



Gov. Hope Uzodinma, Opiah, Ihedioha and Other Matters – By Kenneth Uwadi


November 2021
« Oct   Dec »

© 2022 New Nigerian Politics. All Rights Reserved. Log in - Designed by Gabfire Themes