ATAP MACOSA sympathizes with Family of its late colleague

By Abubakar Muhammadu

The Mass Communication Students’ Association (MACOSA) of the Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic (ATAP) Bauchi has sympathized with the family, friends relatives, department and the entire School over the death of one of its female students, Angelina Hassan (RITA) who died on Wednesday after a brief illness.

A condolence message signed by the MACOSA President Muhammad Umar Shehu indicated that Angelina died at her residence in Tsakani area of Yelwa, Bauchi metropolis.

The President of the MACOSA who was conveying the message of the Department explained that it received the demise of late Angelina with Shock two weeks after the death of another student of the mass communication department, Fatima Sulaiman Muhammad from Jos.

The department therefore, described the development as a test from the creator over his servants, having lost two students from the same class within the space of two weeks.

The department called on the students and
Her family to pray for her eternal rest as the only thing they can offer to her.

The department added that Angelina was a very good Student who was jovial and friendly to all and sundry.

Muhammad Umar shehu who described the death of Angelina as a great lost to not only her family but also to the mass communication department, MACOSA and the School in general prayed Almighty God to repose her soul and the family courage to bear the irreplaceable lost.

The president has on behalf of himself, department and the entire MACOSA executive members extended their, heartfelt condolences, grief, sorrow and agony to the family of the deceased department and the School in general over what he described as tragic news, called on the family to take solace as it is unbearable.

“Late Angelina, she is a good and trusted person to relate with and she has a good character and jovial to all her course mate, lecturers and the entire students of the polytechnic”, the condolence message said.

“On behalf of the MACOSA Executives and the students of Mass Communication we wish to extend our heartfelt condolences in this sour mood of mourning to the family of late Angelino Hassan, and to the entire students of ATAP during this period of lamentation.” MACOSA added.

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