Tsohon dogarin Tsohon Shugaban kasa, Marigayi janar Sani Abacha, watau, Majo Hamza Almustapha ya bayyana yanda me gidan nasa ya rasu.
Yace ba gaskiya bane abinda ake yayatawa cewa, wai Gubar da Sani Abacha ya ci a cikin Tufa tare da karuwai bane ta kasheshi.
Majo Mustapha me murabus yace Abacha ya rasu ne bayan gajeruwar rashin Lafiya.
Yace Abacha ya fara samun rashin lafiyarne bayan gaisawa da Hadimin Shugaban kasar Falasdinawa, Yasser Arafat, yace suna gama gaisawa ya ga Alamar jikin Shugaban kasar ya canja.
Daga nan ya sanar da Dogarinsa Lt. Col. Abdallah, yace da yammacin ranar ne sai likitansa ya je ya masa allura, sannan aka ce ya dan huta.
Yace a ranar da yamma sai ga jami’an tsaro sun je masa gida da gudu suka sanar dashi cewa, jikin shugaban ya tsananta, yace ko da yaje kusa dashi, yana nishi sama-sama, yace a ka’idar aikinsu, ba zai iya tabashi ba, dan haka ya durkusa kusa dashi yana ta ihun cewa yana son ya bashi izini ya tabashi, har bubbuga wata kujera a kusa da gurin yayi amma bai amsa shi ba.
Yace an kira likitansa ya bashi allura amma daga baya ya sanar dasu cewa, ya rasu.
According to ThisDay, Al-Mustapha said the late military ruler’s health suddenly collapsed on June 7, 1998, from the Abuja International Airport, after one of the security personnel, who accompanied President Yasser Arafat of Palestine shook hands with him.
Al-Mustapha said: “Shortly after the handshake, I noticed the change in the countenance of the late Commander-in-Chief, and I immediately informed the Aide-de-Camp, Lt. Col. Abdallah, who advised that we keep a close watch on him.
“Later in the evening of June 8, 1998, around 6 p.m., his doctor came around and administered an injection to stabilise him. He was advised to have a short rest.
At about 5 a.m., the security guards ran to my quarters to inform me that Abacha was very unstable.”
Al-Mustapha disclosed that he thought the officers who came to his house was an attempted coup plot, so he had to divert their attention on his movement to Abacha’s residence.
He added: “When I got to the bedside of the Head of State, he was already gasping. Ordinarily, I could not just touch him. It was not allowed in our job. But under the situation, I knelt close to him and shouted: ‘General Sani Abacha, Sir, please grant me permission to touch and carry you.
I again knocked at the stool beside the bed and shouted in the same manner, yet he did not respond. I then realised that there was a danger. I immediately called the Head of State’s personal physician, Dr. Wali, who arrived in the place in eight minutes from his house. He immediately gave Abacha two doses of injection, one at the heart and another close to his neck. This did not work apparently, as the Head of State had turned very cold.
“He then told me that the Head of State was dead and that nothing could be done after all.”