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Ex-finance Minister Jubril Martins-Kuye Is Dead

Mr. Martins-Kuye's concervative governmental issues lingered over Ogun State and northern political gatherings for almost forty years.

Jubril Martins-Kuye, a previous Nigerian senator who additionally served twice as a federal minister, has kicked the bucket. 

Family sources revealed to People gazette Periodical on Sunday that Mr. Martins-Kuye passed on Sunday morning in his old neighborhood of Ago-Iwoye. He was 78. 

Mr. Martins-Kuye was prepared as a chartered accountant, rehearsing for quite a long while in Lagos and regulates prior to moving to governmental issues where he brought his moderate bonafides to bear. 

Mr. Kuye was first chosen for the Nigerian Senate in the shortened Third Republic. At the point when democracy returned in 1999, he ran fruitlessly as PDP candidate against Olusegun Obasanjo in Ogun State. He was therefore named minister of state for finance by previous President Olusegun Obasanjo, remaining in the cabinet until 2003. 

Somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2011, previous President Goodluck Jonathan tapped Mr. Martins-Kuye as his commerce and industry serve while finishing the leftover residency of withdrew President Umar Yar-Adua. 

He was likewise Aare Musilumi of Ogun State for several decades. He worked across Nigeria's political and ideoligical spectrum and looked for alliances between the north and the south. 

Mr. Martins-Kuye will be buried soon after 4:00 p.m. in view of Islamic customs in his rambling nation home in Ago-Iwoye, family sources told the gazette without elaborating on the afflictions that went before his demise. 

He left behind his two wifes and kids.

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