The Nigerian Ambassador to the Republic of Zambia and Dean of the Non-Career Ambassadors, His Excellency Amb. Nwanne Ominyi in a gesture of solidarity and sympathy in the diplomatic community has extended his condolences to the grieving family of his esteemed colleague, Ambassador Nuhu Bamalli, who until his death was Nigeria’s Ambassador to Morocco.
The untimely loss of Ambassador Nuhu Bamalli sent shockwaves through diplomatic circles, leaving his friends, colleagues, and family in mourning.
Ambassador Ominyi, noted that Nuhu was known for his diplomatic prowess and commitment to fostering international relations and urged his colleagues and the nation to take a moment to honor Ambassador Bamalli’s memory. He praised Ambassador Bamalli’s contributions to the diplomatic world and his tireless efforts to strengthen the bonds between nations.
Speaking to reporters, Ambassador Ominyi stated, “Ambassador Nuhu Bamalli was not only a colleague but a friend. His dedication to diplomacy and his unwavering commitment to diplomacy will be remembered and sorely missed.”
Ambassador Ominyi conveyed the sorrow and condolences of the entire diplomatic community. He assured the family of their support as may be needed during this difficult time.
The passing of Ambassador Nuhu Bamalli has not only left a void in the diplomatic arena but has also served as a reminder of the bonds that diplomats share, transcending borders and cultural differences. In the face of adversity, Ambassador Nwanne Ominyi’s gesture of consolation highlights the resilience of the diplomatic community in coming together during times of sorrow.
As the diplomatic community mourns the loss of Ambassador Nuhu Bamalli, Ambassador Nwanne Ominyi prays from the depth of camaraderie and solidarity that Allah will forgive his shortcomings and grant him eternal rest.
The memory of Ambassador Bamalli’s contributions to international diplomacy will live on, and his legacy will continue to inspire those who work tirelessly to promote peace and understanding on a global scale.
According to a statement by the media and publicity office of the Zazzau Emirates Council, “Mansur Nuhu Bamalli’ died at a private Hospital in Lagos while on transit to Morocco.
The statement added that “Funeral Prayers will be announced later”
He is aged 42, survived by a wife and two children.