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Imam who sheltered Christians during bandits attack to get national honour

Abdullahi Abubakar, an Islamic priest in Level state, has been named for public distinctions for his courageous and unprecedented boldness even with death.

This is as the central government delivered rundown of 437 people designated for public distinctions.

Abubakar has been penciled to get the honor of individual from the request for the Niger (MON).

The honors will be introduced by President Muhammadu Buhari on October 11 at the state house in Abuja.

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Abubakar was said to have stowed away 262 Christians in his mosque when thought desperados went after 10 networks in the Barkin Ladi LGA of the state in June 2018.

Talking on what illuminated his choice, the priest had portrayed it as a “bet with his life”.

“I have never experienced such a horrible circumstance as this in my life. The new revolting episode is phenomenal,” he had said.

His activity has gotten him boundless acknowledgment across the globe, and in 2019, the minister was reported as one of the beneficiaries of the US worldwide strict opportunity grant.

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Likewise on the rundown of chosen people is Muktar Gulma, an educator who was said to have demanded staying with his understudies during an assault on the National Government School (FGC) in Birnin Yauri, Kebbi state.

He was said to have been in the long run delivered close by a portion of the understudies.

Gulma is on the rundown of chosen people for the honor of individual from the request for the Niger (MON).

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