APC speaks on death of Bauchi students, teachers


The All Progressives Congress (APC) has expressed sadness over the tragic death of 21 students, three teachers and a driver of Government Secondary School (GSS) Misau, Bauchi.

They were involved in a fatal motor accident while returning from an educational excursion.

DAILY POST recalls that the incident occurred close to Maitama Sule College by Dudduru in Kano state on Tuesday around 11:00 am.

In a statement on Wednesday by its National Publicity Secretary, Bolaji Abdullahi, the APC said: “The death of our loved ones is very sad and never easy to accept, particularly when it is unexpected and they are young.

“Indeed, the country has lost a young and vibrant generation of students who could have contributed to national development and humanity.

“Our thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to the families, friends, fellow students, school management, government and people of Bauchi State over the terrible loss.

“We pray that the Almighty God comforts them and grant the dead eternal rest.”


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