How Women Center DG, Abdulmalik Dauda, Died

imageThe late Acting Director of the National Centre for Women Development (NCWD) Mr Abdulmalik Dauda did not die of accident, protocol officer at the center Mohammed Aliyu has said.

He disclosed that late Dauda suddenly taken ill while returning from an official assignment on Friday and had to be taken to the Musawa General hospital before he died.

Reports on Friday had it that he died in accident on the Abuja-Kaduna road.

‎Dauda who was aged 57 died before doctors could attend to him, Daily Trust learnt.

It would be recalled that the late Ag DG took over from Ms Onyeka Onwenu on Feb.16 2016 following the dismissal of 26 heads of government parastatals to manage the affairs of the centre for the interim.

Dauda was returning from an official assignment in Katsina, the 15th Anniversary of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 hosted by the federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development.

Dauda was born on Aug. 27, 1959, hails from Niger State, Bida, and is survived by two wives ‎and five children, and also has 13 siblings.

He has since been buried according to Islamic rites, at his father’s residence in Tudun Kura na Hausa.

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