Shehu Sani, former Kaduna Central Senator, has described the late Second Republic lawmaker, Junaid Mohammed as a fearless fighter for justice.
Sani stated Mohammed was a dogged patriot and the conscience of the Kano individuals.
He made the comment whereas mourning Mohammed, whose demise was reported on Friday.
In a tweet, the previous lawmaker wrote: “Dr Junaid Mohammed; the Conscience of the individuals of Kano, patriot, dogged and fearless fighter for justice and a person of ideas and conviction. Could Allah grant him Aljanna firdausi. Amin. Inna lillahi wainna Illayhir rajiun.Amin.”
Mohammed, a medical physician, was born in Dala, Kano State.
There are speculations that he died of coronavirus issues.
Mohammed was a fierce critic of federal authorities’s insurance policies.
The previous lawmaker was a founding member of the Peoples Redemption Social gathering (PRP) in 1976, led by the late Aminu Kano.
Mohammed served because the Nationwide Deputy Chairman of the Social Democratic Social gathering (SDP) within the North-West.
Junaid Mohammed was a fighter – Shehu Sani reacts to demise of ex-lawmaker