Kwara State Governor Calls for Investigation into the Death of Young Media Personality

Kwara State Governor Calls for Investigation into the Death of Young Media Personality


Kwara State governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has expressed shock and sadness over the death of Yusuf Mubaarak, a 27-year-old new media personality, under mysterious circumstances. The governor called for a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mubaarak’s death the security agencies.

Mubaarak, who was from Ilorin, the state capital, went missing on Wednesday night. His remains were later discovered in the Unity area of Ilorin on Saturday. He was laid to rest in Ilorin amidst tears from his friends, associates, and acquaintances.

In a statement signed the governor’s chief press secretary, the governor extended his condolences to Mubaarak’s family, friends, and the youth constituency in the state. As a father himself, Governor AbdulRazaq strongly condemned the violent act and demanded an immediate and comprehensive investigation to bring the perpetrators to justice.

The governor emphasized that no resources should be spared in ensuring justice for Mubaarak and his family. He urged the security agencies to conduct a thorough investigation and leave no stone unturned in finding answers to the lingering questions surrounding Mubaarak’s tragic death.

The death of Yusuf Mubaarak has shocked and saddened the people of Kwara State. The governor’s call for a swift and thorough investigation reflects the need for justice to be served. The loss of a promising young talent is a reminder of the importance of safety and security for all citizens, and it is crucial that those responsible for his death are identified and held accountable.

– AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq: The governor of Kwara State.
– Yusuf Mubaarak: A 27-year-old new media personality who went missing and was later found dead in Ilorin, Kwara State.
– Ilorin: The capital city of Kwara State, Nigeria.

– Kwara State governor’s statement, signed Rafiu Ajakaye, the governor’s chief press secretary.