JUST IN: NNPC GMD Maikanti Baru loses 21-year old son in Dubai
– Baru’s son died in Dubai, United Arab Emirate (UE) on Thursday, May 18
– The family is yet to release an official statement on the boy’s death
The 21-year old son to the general managing director of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation Maikanti Baru is dead, Per Second News reports.
NAIJ.com gathered that the boy died in Dubai, United Arab Emirate (UE) on Thursday, May 18
Baru had earlier lost his mother Hajiya Fatima in April in their hometown Misau in Bauchi state.
Also, a few weeks ago, Baru’s sister died on the eve of one of his trip to Houston in Texas for a conference.
Tragedy also struck at the Baru’s family when some guest returning from his daughter’s wedding died in an accident.
Sources said the Baru family are inconsolable of the tragedy that has happened within a short period of time.
However, the family is yet to issue an official statement regarding the loss of Baru’s son.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that the NNPC had debunked claims of a recruitment currently going on in the corporation.
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The NNPC also urged the general public to beware of fraudsters aimed at collecting money from unsuspecting applicants with the promise of giving them jobs.
You can watch this NAIJ.com video of a former NNPC GMD arraigned in court over fraud allegations:
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