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James Kolo dies 21 days after been selected as FCC commissioner

by Micheal
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James Kolo, who was as of late assigned by President Muhammadu Buhari as a commissioner of the Federal Character Commission (FCC) from Kwara state has kicked the bucket.

 

The Kwara state government revealed in an explanation that Kolo passed on suddely on Tuesday morning, May 19, in the wake of becoming sick, Vanguard reports.

James Kolo

Buhari had as of late selected James Kolo as a chief of FCC. Photograph credits: Vanguard Source: UGC Before his demise, the perished had showed up before the Senate for screening after he was selected by the president on April 28 as one of the chiefs of the Federal Character Commission.

Fundamental Local news LOCAL NEWS James Kolo bites the dust 21 days after been named as FCC magistrate 3 hours prior 20259 perspectives by Kess Ewubare – James Kolo who was as of late designated as a chief of the FCC from Kwara state has passed on

 

– Kolo’s demise was affirmed by the Kwara state government in an announcement –

 

The Kwara state representative, AbdulRazaq sympathized with the APC family over the Kolo’s unexpected demise

 

James Kolo, who was as of late named by President Muhammadu Buhari as an official of the Federal Character Commission (FCC) from Kwara state has passed on. The Kwara state government uncovered in an explanation that Kolo passed on suddely on Tuesday morning, May 19, subsequent to becoming sick, Vanguard reports. Buhari had as of late designated James Kolo as a chief of FCC.

.Photograph credits: Vanguard Source: UGC Before his passing, the expired had showed up before the Senate for screening after he was designated by the president on April 28 as one of the officials of the Federal Character Commission. COVID-19: Ganduje permits Friday supplications, gives reason

 

The Kwara state senator, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has sympathized with the Patigi people group and the APC family over the unexpected demise of James Kolo. He depicted the late magistrate assign as an unwavering individual from the APC and a decent man.

 

In the mean time, President Buhari has consented the arrangement of Kashim Ibrahim-Imam as administrator, leading group of trustees of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND). Ibrahim-Imam, a very much regarded legislator, was the governorship competitor of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Borno state in the 2003 and 2007 gubernatorial races individually.

 

Theupdates on his arrangement was contained in a letter dated Thursday, May 14, coordinated to him by Adamu, clergyman of instruction,

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