NACA honours the Contributions of Late Honourable Isa Dogonyaro

By Edward Samuel, Abuja


The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) is grieving the loss of Honourable Isa Dogonyaro, a prominent House of Representatives member and ardent advocate for HIV/AIDS issues.

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In a statement by the Head, of Public Relations and Protocol NACA, Toyin Aderibigbe, the Director General NACA, Dr Temitope Ilori said his passing is a profound loss for the Babura/Garki Federal Constituency of Jigawa State and the entire nation.

“Honorable Dogonyaro’s legacy is defined by his unwavering commitment to public service and his passionate involvement in the fight against HIV/AIDS. His work on the committee for HIV/AIDS was a testament to his dedication, as he actively sought to improve the lives of those affected by the disease. His efforts were rooted in a genuine understanding of the challenges faced by individuals and communities impacted by HIV/AIDS”. She added.

Dr.  Ilori lauded Dogonyaro’s significant impact on HIV/AIDS policy and advocacy,  emphasizing that his contributions played a crucial role in developing effective initiatives aimed at supporting people living with HIV/AIDS.

“The absence of his leadership is deeply felt by colleagues, friends, and the many beneficiaries of his work”. She added.

In honouring Honourable Dogonyaro’s memory, NACA reaffirms its dedication to the ongoing battle against HIV/AIDS.

“The agency is committed to continuing its mission, emphasizing the importance of advocacy, research, and comprehensive support services, Dogonyaro’s legacy will serve as a guiding light in these efforts. NACA extends its deepest sympathies to the family, friends, and constituents of Honourable Dogonyaro, the agency joins the nation in mourning his loss and celebrates the remarkable impact of his public service career, which has left an indelible mark on the fight against HIV/AIDS”. She said.


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