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Man shares what he noticed after visiting Abba Kyari’s grave yesterday at Gudu Cemetery in Abuja

A man whose name is Abubakar Sadiq Kurbe, has shared what he noticed after visiting the Late Chief of Staff’s grave, Abba Kyari to offer him prayers.

In his tweet on Twitter, he made it known that be drove to Gudu cemetery yesterday where the late Abba Kyari is resting to offer him a prayer.

He said the thing that struck his mind was that there was no protocol observed, there was no security check, and also there was nothing like appointment to see him in his new home.

He said few months ago, if anyone is to see the late Mallam Abba Kyari, the protocols and the security agents guarding him won’t allow you to see him. What they will ask from you is if you have booked an appointment with him or check if your name was on the list. But yesterday, there was nothing like that when I visited his grave.

He said the protocols and the security agents guarding the late chief of staff while he was still alive have all left him alone to protect himself.

This should be a big lesson for all of us that one day, we will be left alone to defend ourselves, he said. The same people that we are running away from are the ones that will have unhindered access to our graves.

If the Late Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari was told that the uneducated grave guards are the ones to look after his corpse in his permanent home, he would have sent them to Harvard and buy them a beautiful apartment in Maitama, Abuja, he said.

They are the only friends he has now. All the big men, the politicians, the boot lickers, the sycophants, the praise singers have all deserted him, he said.

The Late Abba Kyari was the serving Chief of Staff to president Muhammadu Buhari since he won his presidential election in 2015 after defeating the incumbent president, former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. However, the late Chief of Staff was reinstated after the president won his second election in 2019.

However, he died after contracting the nobel Coronavirus in Germany, where he went to settle a deal between Seimens AG and the Federal Government of Nigeria.

He was tested positive to the virus a week after he came back and barely month later in a private hospital in Lagos.

 

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