Nath Gbaoron, Lafia
Engr. Moses Utondo, the Senior Special Assistant to the governor of Nasarawa state, Engr. Abdulahi Sule on security has described the death of the governor’s son Hassan Sule as a shocking, painful and colossal loss to the entire state.
Engr. Utondo in a condolence message he personally signed and made available to newsmen in Lafia described the late Hassan as a promising, humble and cherished young man, prayed God to give Governor Sule, the State First Lady; Hajiya Silifat Abdullahi Sule, the entire family and the state at large the fortitude to get over the great loss.
The message further reads: “My deepest and heartfelt condolences to the Governor and his family on the tragic death of his worthy son, Hassan, reiterating his prayers and condolences to the government and people of the State following the recent tragedy involving herdsmen.
“May the souls of all the deceased rest in peace,” he added.
Utondo said the demise of late Hassan which will be difficult to fill was a test from.
“God took him away to test the resilience and faith of the family and the entire state at this crucial moment of the governor. God didn’t seek the family especially his father and mother’s advice when He gave Hassan to them and He will not seek their advice when He was ready to take him away, so that is what life is all about” Utondo consoled.
The SSA on security who noted that the death of Hassan was a great shock and painful, described death as inevitable to every mortal that will occur whenever God so desired, urged Governor Abdullahi Sule, his family, friends and the entire citizens to see his demise as the will of God and continue to pray for the reposed of his soul.
“We woke up this Friday morning with the sad and shocking news of our dear son, Hassan, the son of his Excellency Governor Abdullahi Sule, what can we say, God Almighty is the sole giver and taker of life, this is one death too many at this time,
It is very shocking, painful and colossal, may the Almighty God accept all his good deeds, forgive his shortcomings and grant him eternal rest as his final abode and comfort us all,” Utondo added.