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Byline: Patience Ogbodo
Saturday 21st February, 2009 will ever remain an unforgettable day for the family of Dutse who lost their brother, Ibrahim Dutse during the crisis that erupted in some parts of Bauchi metropolis.
Ibrahim Dutse, a brother to the state Commissioner of Agriculture, Ibrahim Tanko Dutse who lived at Makama extension of the Federal Low Cost Housing was inflicted with matchet cuts all over his body and then set ablaze by unidentified persons during the crisis. Ibrahim was a driver with a road construction company, PW Nigeria limited before his death. He is married with three children: two boys and one girl.
The associate pastor of the ECWA church located along Specialist Hospital road in Bauchi, Bulus D Suleman who said the deceased was a member of their church, lamented that before Dutsse's death, the church lost two members in the crisis.
Speaking further, he said that the most painful thing was that the father of Ibrahim Dutse is still alive at the age of 109. According to him, "Ibrahim's father is one of our revered elders in the church which is located in Dass Local government".
Ibrahim, the third son of late Dutse who witnessed …