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KWASU Vice Chancellor, Professor Mustapha Akanbi Is Dead

Mustapha Akanbi died at 51.

The Vice Chancellor of Kwara State University (KWASU), Prof. Mustapha Akanbi is dead.

Vice Chancellor Of Kwara State University, Prof Mustapha Akanbi Is Dead

KWASU VC Prof Akanbi Is Dead

The KWASU Registrar, Mrs Kikelomo Salle, who disclosed this in a statement, said Akanbi died on Sunday at age of 51 after a protracted illness.

We urge everyone to remember his immediate and extended family, and the University in prayers in this very trying time.

“Burial arrangement will be announced soon,” Salle said

Meanwhile the Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has described as painful and shocking the death of the KWASU Vice Chancellor.

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A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Rafiu Ajakaye and made available to newsmen in Ilorin described the late Prof. Akanbi as a true humble servant of Allah

According to the statement “We submit to the decree of Allah who gives and takes. It is against that backdrop that we mourn the Vice Chancellor who answered Allah’s call tonight. He was a true and humble servant of Allah and we beseech our God, the Oft-Forgiving and Merciful, to grant him al-jannah Firdaus.

“The professor of law was a colossus who played the leading role to open a new chapter of academic excellence and greatness for KWASU.

“Our condolences go to his family, immediate and extended, to KWASU and the rest of the academic community, and to members of the bar and the bench in Kwara State and across the country,” it stated.

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