The Zamfara State House of Assembly Complex currently undergoing reconstruction has been named after late Alh Ibrahim Mallaha the state PDP who died last Saturday.
Governor Matwalle made the announcement when members of the state House of Assembly paid him a condolence visit at the Government House today.
In a statement by the Governor’s Special Adviser on Public Enlightenment Media and Communication Malam Zailani Bappa said, the decision to name the complex after him is to immortalise him and further endorse his leadership qualities of Justice and fair play, not only in politics, but in all his endeavours while he was alive.
“The demise of Ibrahim Mallaha is a loss to justice and a loss to all of us. He was humble, just and Honourable. He was not the type to be accused by anyone, but always exerting his energy to bring people together”, Governor Matawalle eulogised.
He said, the sudden death of Ibrahim Mallaha is a great lesson for those who forget that their souls are not in their control but in the control of the Almighty who decides to take it away at his own wish and at his own time.
Earlier, the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Nasiru Mu’azu Magarya told the Governor that the entire Legislators in the state were at the Govt House to extend their condolences over the death of the PDP Chairman in the state.
He further said, while alive, Late Ibrahim Mallaha treated them like his own children. “he took us like his own biological children, he counselled us and guided us even as we were aspiring for these positions” Magarya recalled.
He said that, the House will convene a special sitting when it resumes in honour of the late Chairman and promised that they will continue to honour his absence as legislators.
Other delegations who were at the State Government House to pay their condolences included the PDP Executive Council of Kebbi State and a special delegation from Kwatarkwashi Community.
Others included the Forum of state Executive Council, the forum of Special Advisers, the forum of Directors-General, the Government House media crew and the Protocol office of the Government House.