Dangote breaks silence on brother's death; gives chilling details of how he, their mother and children watched helplessly as he was dying on life-support machine 

Posted by News Express | 19 November 2021 | 2,816 times

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• Late Sani Dangote and Aliko Dangote
The richest man in Africa, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has said that he watched live how his brother, late Sani Dangote, was dying slowly in hospital until he gave up the ghost after doctors had told the entire family who were present at his sick bed that he would give up in the next one hour.
This was just as National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bola Tinubu, said: “if it was possible to save late Sani Dangote’s life, a lot of money could have been spent, but death is a necessary debt that every soul must pay.”
Alhaji Dangote expressed sadness on how he watched his brother die while on a life support machine.
He stated these while receiving Tinubu on Friday who was in Kano to console him on the death of his brother who was the Vice Chairman of the Dangote Group of Companies.
“We have always known that when there is life, there is death. We as Muslims don’t know who is next and it can be today, tomorrow or even now. That is why it is good to be good so that when you get there, you can bid for whatever you were asked to do on earth,” Dangote said.
“I thank you all for all your prayers and your support. This will actually help us to reduce the pain that we are going through. It is a very tough time for us, it’s been very trying for especially myself, we were actually bonding together.
“Having a brother like this, once you lose him, is really very painful. He died in front of myself, our mother and all his children.”
Narrating how the family lost him, Dangote said:
 “The most painful thing is when you are told that your brother will be passing on in about an hour and you stand by watching as the machine was going down until it stopped working. It was very tormenting.” (Text, excluding headline, courtesy Nigerian Tribune)

Source: News Express

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