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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Previous Nasarawa Governor, Aliyu Akwe Doma, Is Dead

Aliyu Akwe-Doma
Aliyu Akwe-Doma 

Alhaji Aliyu Akwe-Doma, a former governor of Nasarawa State is dead. Relatives said former governor died kicked the bucket Tuesday at an Israeli healing center after a concise ailment. He was 75 years of age. 

Ahmed Bako, a nephew to the deceased affirmed the demise of Akwe Doma to journalists. 

Sympathizers are as of now assembling in the deceased Abuja habitation in Orozo, Karshi locale of Abuja. 

Aliyu Akwe Doma, was conceived on 1 September 1942 in Doma Local Government Area of Nasarawa State to parents from the Alago Ethnic gathering. 

He finished his primary education in Doma Junior Primary School and Lafia Senior Primary School individually in the vicinity of 1951 and 1957. 

He continued to Government Secondary School, Katsina Ala and the Higher Teachers' Training College, Gombe, where he got the Grade II instructor's testament in 1963. 

He went to the University of Ibadan from 1964 to1966, the British Drama League, London, England in1968 and the World Tourism Organization, Center for Advanced Tourism Studies, Turin, Italy in 1973. 

He additionally went to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in Kaduna state in 1976, and Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma in 2002 where he got a Master's Degree in Public Administration. 

Aliyu Doma ran effectively for race as legislative head of Nasarawa State in April 2007 on the People's Democratic Party (PDP) stage, taking office on 29 May 2007. 

He kept running for a moment term in office in April 2011, yet lost to Umar Tanko Al-Makura, the hopeful of the restriction Congress for Progressive Change (CPC). 

Before he joined legislative issues, he worked in the old Plateau State common administration, where he rose to end up Permanent Secretary in a few offices in the vicinity of 1976 and 1983. 

As an agent, the late representative was Chairman of Oriya Group of Companies in 1984, Chairman of Integrated Tourism Consultants in 2003 among others.

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