Bauchi – The death of a member of the National Conference, Hamma Misau, has deprived the country of his invaluable contributions at the conference, his son, Ahaji Isa Misau, has said.
Misau told reporters in Bauchi on Saturday that the wealth of experience of his father would have been of immense value to the conference.
“His death was sudden. His death is a loss, not only to the family and Bauchi State, but the country in general, especially now that his contribution is needed in the national conference.
“The family will miss his advice and prayers.We, however, take solace in the fact that he lived a fulfilled life, and everybody has his time of death, as ordained by God.
“We shall however do our best to continue with his legacy of uniting the family and contributing to the development of the society”, said Misau, himself, a retired police officer, and now a businessman and politician.
He thanked the Federal Government for according their late father, a befitting burial.
NAN reports that the late Misau, aged 66, was a Federal Government’s nominee to the National Conference.
He left behind two wives, an aged mother and 13 children. (NAN)