Sokoto State was agog yesterday as the PDP hold their presidential rally in the state, however, Hajia Aisha Maina, the Special Adviser to Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto state on female education lost her life in the course of the event.
The Governor's aide who attended the Presidential rally of the People Democratic Party (PDP) which took place in Sokoto state on Tuesday, January 31, was caught in a stampede that occurred at the exit gate of Giginya Stadium, the venue of the rally.
A staff at the Ministry of Information said;
]"A motorcyclist fell down from his bike at the exit way of the stadium and that caused a serious stampede, with people falling upon one another. She was one of the victims."
Chairman of Forum of Special Advisers, Ibrahim Magaji Gusau, who confirmed Maina's death, said she was rushed to the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto for treatment after the stampede.
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