From Musa Diso
The former governor of Kano State, Engr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has described late Abdulhamid Bako Kofar Naisa as an epitome of generosity. Kofar Naisa died recently.
The former governor described the death of the deceased as a huge loss not only to his family but to the entire nation.
He noted that Kofar Naisa was one of the finest forensic craftmen in the nation’s business cycle.
He the deceased was self-sacrificing, selfless, philanthropist and a very authentic in all his dealing with others.
“He was a true community service leader, a man of integrity, character and gentleman to the core and great businessman,” Kwankwaso said. According to the Ward Head of Lokon Makera, Alhaji Bature Muhammad, the deceased was a quintessential and patriotic Kano son, who was loved by everybody.
“He was everybody’s friend across all age groups and social strata. He was a good man,” he said. Bature said, the value of life is in its application. “In things we do, both the rich and poor will taste death.
This world is a passing phase and whenever death strikes, it gives us all the opportunity to evaluate our relation with God,” he said.
He added that the deceased was a lover of Prophet Muhammad and devoted Muslim who dedicated the greater part of his life in service of Islam and humanity.
On his part, Alhaji Aminu Abdulhamid Bako Kofar Naisa has described the death of his father as a great hefty vacuum in the business cycle in the state.
He said Abdulhamid Bako was a true father of Kano, who contributed immensely to the state and the nation at large as a businessman, a politician, a philanthropist, consummated gentleman, community service leader and devoted Muslim.
He said late Kofar Naisa committed himself to the betterment of human kind, saying that the history of his life would bear the fruit of his selfless devotion to the people.
The deceased died at the age of 71 leaving behind two wives, 21 children and great-grand children. May Almighty Allah make Aljanna Firdausi to be his abode of peace.