One year after, NCP remembers late Fawehinmi’s son

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The National Conscience Party on Friday, remembered one of it’s own, late Muhammad, son of the celebrated human rights activist, Gani-Fawehinmi.

The party in a statement signed by Omole Akande, the Special Adviser to NCP National Chairman, Dr. Yunusa Tanko, eulogised the deceased as selfless, humble, vibrant, and lover of all that comes his way while he was alive.

The statement read, ” It’s 365 days without Barrister Muhammad Fawehinmi. We can’t stop thinking and remembering your part in humanity.

“We at the National Conscience Party appreciate God for a wonderful life spent in your life time.

“Muhammad was a selfless, humble, vibrant and honest man; lover of all that comes his way but it’s quite unfortunate that Muhammad left without saying goodbye to anyone.”

It added, “Muhammad Fawehinmi was a true son of his father, Barrister Gani Fawehinmi SAN, SAM.

“Muhammad was a brave and courageous lawyer. We miss you and will continue to miss you.

“It’s exactly one year today that the people’s friend, voice of the Voiceless and a goal getter departed. Rest on Omo Gani.”

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