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The publisher of Leadership newspaper, Sam Nda-Isaiah, is dead

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The publisher of Leadership newspaper, Sam Nda-Isaiah, is dead after a brief illness.

He died at the age of 58 as confirmed by the Presidential Spokesman, Garba Shehu who described him as “the only one we have,100 percent of the time! Buhari has lost a true friend!!”.

NDA-Isaiah was a former presidential aspirant with the All Progressives Congress, APC, in 2015. Sam Nda-Isaiah, a trained pharmacy, worked briefly as a pharmacist at the Kano Specialist Hospital before moving to General Hospital, Minna.

He began his columnist work with The Daily Trust Editorial Board as a board member and worked as a committee member in the Kano State Government to revive The Triumph, a Kano owned newspaper. In 2003, he headed Mohammadu Buhari’s presidential campaign publicities. In 2001, Sam Nda-Isaiah founded the Leadership Newspaper Group.

He had a weekly column in Daily Trust titled “Last Word and Earshot”. After that, he established the Leadership Newspaper, where the column became one of the most popular in Nigeria. Sam Nda-Isaiah, was born on May 1, 1962. was aged 58. Sam Nda-Isaiah, a trained pharmacy, worked briefly as a pharmacist at the Kano Specialist Hospital before moving to General Hospital, Minna.

He began his columnist work with The Daily Trust Editorial Board as a board member and worked as a committee member in the Kano State Government to revive The Triumph, a Kano owned newspaper.

In 2003, he headed Mohammadu Buhari’s presidential campaign publicities. In 2001, Sam Nda-Isaiah founded the Leadership Newspaper Group. He had a weekly column in Daily Trust titled “Last Word and Earshot”.

After that, he established the Leadership Newspaper, where the column became one of the most popular in Nigeria. Sam Nda-Isaiah, was born on May 1, 1962. was aged 58.

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