A former Nigerian vice president, Atiku Abubakar, has condoled the family and friends of the ex-military governor of Lagos, Ndubuisi Kanu.
The former vice president on Thursday, January 14, via Twitter described Kanu as an outstanding soldier and activist.
He said the former military officer contributed tremendously in ousting the military and ushering in the democracy that the country enjoys presently. The politician stated that Kanu, who also served as a military administrator in Imo state will be missed.
He said: “Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu was an outstanding soldier and administrator of Imo and Lagos. But his most defining work was as an activist who contributed tremendously in ousting the military and ushering in the democracy that we enjoy today. He will be sorely missed.”