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Hon. Muhmmad Dantani, a member of the Federal House of Representatives representing the Yauri/Shanga/Ngaski Federal Constituency of Kebbi State, has died, household sources mentioned.

Early mourners are Deputy Senate Leader Bala Ibn Na’Allah representing Kebbi South, and Hon. Muhammad S/Fawa, former Kebbi State House of Assembly member representing Fakai constituency, amongst others.

Na’Allah prayed to Allah to grant Dantani everlasting relaxation, and the household, Emir of Yauri, the people of Yauri Emirate, Kebbi State and his colleagues on the House of Representatives the fortitude to besr the loss.

Born in 1957, Dantani, popularly recognized as Yellow, a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), died at an Abuja hospital round 5:47pm on Thursday after a protracted sickness.

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He graduated from Government Secondary School Koko and Inurno Teachers College in 1976 and1978 respectively.

He attended Institute of Administrators, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, and graduated in 1984. In the year 1999, when Nigeria returned to democracy, Dantani was elected as a member of Kebbi State House of Assembly. During his time period of workplace, he turned the Speaker of the SHouse.

He was later elected into the Federal House of Representatives to characterize the Yauri/Shanga/Ngaski Federal Constituency of Kebbi State, below the platform of APC.

“Burial association shall be introduced later,” the household supply mentioned.




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