From Muhammad Ibrahim, Kaduna
The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), yesterday condoled with the family of Vice-President Namadi Sambo over his brother retired Captain Sabo Sambo’s death, describing the deceased as an illustrious son of Kaduna state.
It could be recalled that late Sambo died in an auto crash along Airport expressway in Abuja, last week.
IPMAN, in a statement signed by their state Chairman, Alhaji Mohammad Ndakogi, made available to newsmen in Kaduna, expressed shock over the unfortunate death.
The group further added that they believe every human being must taste death and nobody can stop it when it comes.
“We received the shock of the death of our illustrious son who served the country meticulously during his life time and we pray to Allah to grant him Aljannatul Firdausi.
“We share with you also in this grieving moment and pray to Allah to give you the courage to bear the loss,” the group said.
The group equally sent their condolence to the state governor, Dr. Muktar Ramalan Yero over the death of young Sambo, who was an indigene of the state.