APC Mourns Loss of Veteran Journalist in Zamfara to Gun Violence
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Zamfara is deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Hamisu Danjibga, a respected journalist in the state, who was recently killed by unidentified gunmen.
In an official statement shared with the press in Gusau on Thursday by Yusuf Idris, the state’s Publicity Secretary, the party expressed profound sorrow over Danjibga’s untimely death.
According to NAN’s report, Danjibga, the State Correspondent for the Voice of Nigeria (VON), went missing for three days before his lifeless body was discovered in a drainage pit behind his residence on Wednesday.
Alhaji Tukur Danfulani, the state party Chairman, conveyed heartfelt condolences to the deceased’s immediate family, the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), and all members of the NUJ Correspondents Chapel in the state, grieving the loss of Danjibga.
Idris, in his statement, highlighted that the late journalist was a well-regarded individual, noting his unwavering dedication to the journalism profession and service to humanity throughout his life.
Describing this tragic event as a significant loss to journalism in Zamfara and the entire nation, Idris conveyed prayers for forgiveness and strength to Danjibga’s grieving family, appealing to security agencies to swiftly investigate and apprehend those responsible for this heinous act.
NAN also reported that the late Danjibga has been laid to rest in Gusau, the capital of Zamfara, following Islamic burial customs.
Prior to this cruel incident, Danjibga served as the Zamfara Correspondent for the Hausa Service at the Voice of Nigeria (NAN).