School Re-union: Tambuwal, Zamfara CP, Chief of Staff to Zamfara State Gov, Others, pay surprise visit to Hon. Ibrahim Dosara

The Immediate past governor of Sokoto State and now a Senator representing Sokoto State at the Senate, His Excellency Rt Hon Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, Chief of Staff to Zamfara state Governor, His Excellency,

Dauda Lawal Dare, Hon Muktar Mohammed Lugga, Commissioner of Police Zamfara State Command, CP Shehu Mohammed Dalijan, and other schoolmates, paid a surprise visit to one of their own, former Zamfara State Commissioner for Information, Hon. Ibrahim Dosara at his Gusau residence.

The high-profile schoolmates converged at Dosara’s residence to sympathise with him for undergoing some health challenges.

It was an emotional moment for visitors and the host because for over 35 years since their graduation from school, they have all tried to meet like this, but without success.

The schoolmates broke down in tears, and spent hours having a closed door meeting in Dosara’s residence.

The Chief of Staff to His Excellency Dauda Lawal Dare, Hon Lugga who led his Colleagues to the former Commissioner’s residence, informed Hon Dosara that, “His Excellency the former Sokoto State governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal asked me to arrange for the sympathy visit to console you for the sickness you have been going through.

“He said we should pay a supprise visit to your family and to also see your health condition to arrange on how to fly you abroad for advanced medical attention, because you are a very nice gentleman and we have been doing so many things together since during our school days up till today”

Hon. Dosara, who broke down in tears for the joy brought him by his colleagues, was also reported to be excited and happy to receive his friends and assured them of a continued togetherness.

“Your unexpected visit to see my family and my health condition is a big honour done to me that will surely go down to memory lane throughout my entire life.”

The former commissioner and his visitors spent roughly two hours discussing in a closed door meeting before the visitors left.

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