- A great-grandmother of 102 great-grandchildren has died age 87
- Hajiza Zainam Magaji also left four biological children behind
- Her family have said her death is a great loss for them
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Hajiza Zainab Magaji, an 87-year-old great-grandmother has died in Zamfara, Nigeria, leaving behind four children and 102 grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The 87-year-old late great-grandmother would be missed by her children including Alhaji Ibrahim Magaji Dosara, the former Special Adviser to ex-Gov. Abdulaziz Yari on Media and Public Enlightenment, who is also a former BBC correspondent and current Chairman and Chief Executive of Standard Voice Television, Alhaji Ibrahim Dosara.
Dosara disclosed his mother died at his Gusau residence, Nigeria, early Sunday, September 6, 2019 after a brief illness and was buried according to Islamic rites in her home village of Dosara in Maradun Local Government area of Zamfara State.
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