Ibrahim Lawal Soro

(25 January 1988 / Zandam, Gwaram, Jigawa State, Nigeria.)

Haranji Yakubu



H onest in wording like bird of jove
in hospitality is cloud
A nd gorgeous steps makes advices right
R estless in worship like those righteous ones daily their
duty
A ny one of us witnessed his witty mind and wise sight
N o laziness with his morn and even deserves to be our mentor
J ustice
I n more than single scene his humble weeps flew like rain falling upon the grasses

Y atch for us to sail like sailors
A nd arrogant was not he our mentor!
K ind and merciful deserves to be a leader
U seful being, plus and wonderful flag of peace
B est among the recent men i acrossed in hustle
U nderstable man i met last month and now. 

Submitted: Wednesday, January 09, 2013

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