Sokoto Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, on Wednesday 6 March 2016 visited the home of the state chairman of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Ibrahim Milgoma, to commiserate with his family over the recent fire incident which razed his house.The visit is interpreted in some circles as a deft move by Tambuwal considering the political differences between the PDP and the Governor's ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).Conducting the Governor round the burnt premises, Milgoma said the incidence has caused much damage to the building, but expressed gratitude to God that no life was lost.Tambuwal urged the chairman to take heart and consider what happened as act of destiny. He prayed to God to ensure such bad incidence does not occur again in the future.
Tambuwal visits PDP chairman
The Sokoto state governor visited PDP chairman who just lost his house to a fire to condole with him.
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