Late Agom Adara for burial today
The paramount ruler of Adara land in Kaduna State, Agom Adara, Dr. Maiwada Raphael Galadima, who was abducted and killed by gunmen late last month, will be buried today.
The National President of Adara Development Association (ADA), Awemi Dio Maisamari said in a statement on behalf of the funeral
The Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has assured that the new international terminal of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja would be commissioned in the next four weeks.
The project is being handled by the China Civil Engineering and Construction Company (CCECC) publicity committee that the remains of the late Galadima will be buried in Kachia, Kachia LGA.
“We are once more reminded to make the occasion a peaceful, solemn and sober experience in as part of a $500m concessional loan from China EXIM Bank.
Speaking at the 5th aviation stakeholders’ forum in Abuja Thursday, he said work had reached an advanced stage, adding that the ministry was working seriously with the construction company to ensure other terminals were ready for operation soon.
He said that of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport honour of the noble spirit of our royal father and the dignity of the Adara nation. Just as the good that noble men do live after them, so shall it be with our late royal father. Amen,” the statement said. (MMIA) might roll into next year due to a pending litigation over location of the terminal.
It would be recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari penultimate week inaugurated the new international terminal of the Port Harcourt Airport in Omagwa, Rivers State.
Sirika said the ones in Lagos, Kano and Enugu were also at advanced stages of completion too.
L-R: US Ambassador W. Stuart Symington looks on as Pro-Chancellor of Baze University Datti BabaAhmed presents a plaque to Ambassador Tibor Nagy Jr., after the US Assistant Secretary of State Africa delivered a public lecture on US-Africa Relations at Baze University, Abuja, yesterday. Baze University