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‘Sani Died In Presence Of His Family,’ Aliko Dangote Recounts Experience With Late Brother During His Last Moments

Sani Dangote
Sani Dangote

November 19, (THEWILL) – Chairman and CEO of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote has recounted his experience during his late brother, Sani’s last moments while on his sick bed.

He made this recollection during a condolence visit from All Progressive Congress National Chairman, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and the governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje paid him a condolence visit on Friday 19th November, 2021.

The billionaire sharing his experience said; “It is a very tough time for us, its been very trying, especially for myself.
Having a brother like him. Once you lose him it is really very painful. He died in front of myself, our mother and all his children.

“The most painful thing is when you are told that your brother will be passing on in about an hour. And you stand by watching as the machine is going down until it stopped working. It was very tormenting,” Dangote stated.

“We have always known that when there is life, there is death. We, as Muslims, don’t know who is next and it can be today, tomorrow or even now. That is why it is good to be good, so that when you get there you can bid for whatever you were asked to do on earth.”

Bola Tinubu in his condolence message to the deceased family stated, stated that the deceased was a Lagosian and a great Nigerian and a friend and a brother to all of us here.

In his message he said, “We are here not to just commiserate or console you, we are here together to mourn our dear brother. Sani is not yours alone. He was a Lagosian and a great Nigerian and a friend and a brother to all of us here.

“May God give you the strength to bear the loss. It is a loss to all of us. May God grant you longer life, keep you in good health, keep the family in good health, give you peace of mind and the ability to accept the decree of God Almighty.

“He is the giver and the taker and He can do anything at any given time he chooses. With your faith and your strong capacity, we believe you will come out of it and continue to do good in his name, in your name, in the family’s name and the entire people of the country.”

Sani Dangote, who was the vice chairman of the Dangote Group of Company, died recently in the United States of America. He has since been laid to rest according to the Islamic rites in Kano state.