BY MARK ITSIBOR, Abuja –
The minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, has expressed sadness over the death of a senior photographer with the LEADERSHIP Newspaper, Mr Christopher Danladi.
Danladi, was involved in a heartrending road accident on Monday, 18th December, while on an official engagement to Taraba State.
Adeosun, in a condolence letter to the managing director of LEADERSHIP Group Limited, recalled that Danladi was an industrious photojournalist with a passion for his work while covering the Federal Ministry of Finance and its agencies.
The minister said, “Danladi was a dedicated photojournalist with passion for his work during his stint with the Federal Ministry of Finance.
“Our prayers are with his family and his colleagues at Leadership Newspaper who have been affected by this great loss.”
Danladi, was assigned by the LEADERSHIP to provide photo coverage of the activities of the Office of the Honourable Minister of Finance, Federal Ministry of Finance and its agencies.
Prior to his death, Danladi attended the Federation Account Allocation Committee’s media briefing on Saturday, 16th December, 2017.
LANW, Mac Arthur Foundation Hold Education Training For 105 SBMCs In Kaduna
FG Commissions Solar Project In Kebbi
British Council Organises Award For 2019 ’30 Books Challenge’
Foundation Offers Empowerment Teachings To Students
Akeredolu Bags Best Governor In Leadership Innovation
Nigerians Charged To Embrace World Information Technology
Court Adjourns Magu’s N5bn Libel Suit Against Sun Newspapers To October 11
COLUMNS8 hours ago
I Saw The Miracle Of Allah
COVER STORIES11 hours ago
PMB Resolves Police/ PSC Feud, Says Only Commission Can Recruit, Promote Officers
FEATURES7 hours ago
The Rise Of Nigeria’s Super-cop, DCP Abba Kyari
NEWS22 hours ago
Rivers: Police Arrest Two Over Young Women’s Murder
NEWS10 hours ago
Presidency Alleges Plot To Cause Disaffection In Aso Rock
ENTERTAINMENT23 hours ago
Kevin Hart Hit With $60m Lawsuit Over Sex Tape
ENTERTAINMENT24 hours ago
Kourtney Kardashian Hints On Leaving KUWTK Show
BUSINESS7 hours ago
Government Policies, Customs Tariff Fuelling Cargo Diversion – NPA MD