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Tony Blair:  Very few leaders get to change not only the political landscape of their country, but of the world. Margret was such a leader. Her global impact was vast. And some of the changes she made in Great Britain were in certain respects at least, retained by the 1997 Labor Government, and came to be implemented by governments around the world. Former U.S Secretary of State Henry Kissinger: She was a tremendous prime minister. She was a great leader, she has very strong opinions. And to those of us who knew her over the decades she was a very warm person , which  is not the public image that is given. For The United States, it was her loyalty and commitment and commitment to the Atlantic Alliance. She was a stable and steady ally. President Goodluck Jonathan: Nigerians join the Thatcher family,citizens of Great Britain,members of the commonwealth and all those in far-flung corners of the world whose lives were positively touched by her dynamic and forward -looking policies ,in mourning the passage of the celebrated first female British prime minister. Baroness Thatcher will be eternally honoured for serving her country with immense passion and strong-willed determination as well as the great transformation witnessed in Great Britain under the Conservative Government that she led. British Prime Minister David Cameron: Today is a truly sad day for our country. We have lost a great leader, a great prime minister and a great Briton. Cameron said in a statement shortly after a spokesman for the Thatcher family said the former prime minister had died peacefully following a stroke.

Falkland Islanders: The head of the Falkland Islands assembly said: “death of Margaret Thatcher was a day of great sadness for the Islanders, who would always revere her for liberating the south Atlantic territory after 1982 invasion by Argentinean forces. Another Islander praised her as: “our Winston Churchill”.               

Woman Raped In Presence Of Her Kids Dies,Culprit yet To Be Proven Guilty.

A housewife, Fatsuma Isa from Tafawa Balewa Local Government Area of Bauchi State, Nigeria. Who was allegedly raped by a commercial motorcyclist has died. The mother of four, died shortly after being discharged from Abubakar Tafewa Balewa University Teaching Hospital. (ABTUTH) Bauchi. Mrs Isa who was five months pregnant was allegedly raped by one Auwalu Yaye, a neighbour, leading to a profuse bleeding and miscarriage, and death eventually
The victim, who spoke with newsmen at her hospital bed, had said that Auwalu raped her in front of her two children aged three and five respectively. She was traveling along with her children to Bakala in Brugga on Auwalu’s motor-bike when he diverted into the bush and raped her. According to Mrs. Fatsuma Isa, Mr. Auwalu stabbed her on her left hand with a knife and threatened to kill her if she did not agree to have sex with him.
Thereafter, she was she was rushed to a teaching hospital in Bauchi by her husband, Isa Umar after the incident. “I am ashamed of myself because he has tarnished my name and reputation” Fatsuma told newsmen in an interview shortly after she was discharged from hospital. “People will look at me  as a way word women; “ Now, people will think of me as an irresponsible woman. I know no man except my husband. I feel very sad. These were the words of Fasuma Isa shortly before her death.
Isa Umar, Fatsuma’s husband described the death of his wife as painful saying she died out of frustration. “Her soul will not rest in peace unless Auwalu is brought to justice” Bauchi State officer of the legal aid Council of Nigeria Barrister Zubayr Hanbali expressed shock. Hanbali therefore in pleaded with the police to properly investigate the matter to ensure that justice prevails. The barrister said, “her case was brought to us by the husband and I happened to discuss with her and she narrated her ordeal to me, that was shortly before her death. “The only thing the family wants is justice because the motto of the legal Aid council is justice for the oppressed. To stop oppression we are going to do our best to ensure that the suspect, Auwalu Yaye is arraigned before a court of law.
“we are not passing judgment on Auwalu yet, but we want the court to prove that he is guilty or not” it is not  ideal to allow this fizzle away like that. It does not make any body safe, because Auwalu is even the deceased’s neighbor.

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