World Largest Polygamist Masaba is Dead Age 93


By; By; BALA B. BITRUS, Minna.
Finally, and the man died. Nigeria’s           nay the world’ arguably biggest, super       polygamist, Malam Muhammadu Abubakar Bello Masaba of Bida is dead.
The enigmatic super polygamist and Islamic preacher, Masaba died Saturday afternoon after a brief illness in his Bida residence. He was 93 years.
A dependable source and Personal Assistant to the maverick, controversial Islamic cleric, Alhaji Mutairu Salawudeen Bello disclosed this in a telephone interview with our correspondent on Saturday.
He said “with gratitude to Allah, (SWT) we announce the death of Alhaji Muhammadu Abubakar Bello this afternoon. He was aged 93 years. He died after a brief illness. But our correspondent gathered that Masaba was earlier on Friday evening rumoured to have died.
News of his death had on Friday evening soured around Bida but a counter information was later got that he was still alive. Ditto earlier on Saturday morning, he again was said to have passed on but it turned out to be a rumour.
The remains of the man are to be interred Sunday according to our source. “The Janiza prayer and interment is slated for tomorrow (Sunday 28th January 2017) by 10:00am,”
The personal aide to the late Islamic cleric said the late Islamic preacher who died on Saturday around 2 o’clock in the afternoon had fore-told his death and was prepared for it. According to his aide, “Baba had told us that his time was up. He told me personally during his last moments that he had completed his divine assignments and was ready to meet his creator.
“He told us to remain dedicated to the cause of Islam and urged all of us not to deviate from all his teachings on righteousness, piety and total submission to the will of Allah. He warned us to shun adultery but that we should marry our women because it is ‘Hallal’ before Allah,” the aide narrated.
It would be recalled that Masaba               was on the 16th of October last year rumoured to have died in his residence but few hours later, he resuscitated obviously from a long coma.
Masaba is survived by 86 wives, 165     children, hundreds of grand children,       dependants and retinue of disciples,       workers and followers.


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