Former Kwara State Governor Mourns Passing of Ex-Deputy Governor Peter Kisira

Former Governor of Kwara State, Abdufatah Ahmed, expressed his heartfelt condolences to the families and loved ones of the late former Deputy Governor, Peter Kisira, who served two terms from 2011 to 2019 under Ahmed’s administration. Kisira passed away at the age of 74 on Saturday, leaving behind a legacy of service and dedication to the state.

In a condolence message released from Abuja, Ahmed lamented the loss of Kisira, describing it as a significant loss not only to Kwara State but also to Nigeria as a whole. He praised Kisira as a refined, committed, and loyal individual who served the state with unwavering dedication, fear of God, and love for the people.

Ahmed recalled Kisira’s distinguished career as a former public servant and later as deputy governor, noting his exemplary diligence and passion for the state’s growth and development. He acknowledged Kisira’s pivotal role in shaping the state’s trajectory and emphasized that his legacy would endure for generations to come.

The former governor extended his condolences to the families, friends, and associates of the late deputy governor, expressing solidarity with the Emir of Ilesha Baruba in mourning the loss of such an illustrious son of the kingdom. He concluded by affirming that Kisira’s contributions to Kwara State would be fondly remembered and cherished.


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