Tsokwa, the speaker died on Monday.
The Taraba House of Assembly on Tuesday declared Wednesday and Thursday as days of mourning in honour of its late Speaker, Haruna Tsokwa.
This is contained in a statement signed by the Deputy Speaker, Adamu Maikarfi.
It directed that all flags at the Assembly complex be flown at half mast during the period.
Meanwhile, the deceased’s family has released the speaker’s burial arrangement.
According to a release signed by Martin Tsokwa, the body would leave Jalingo for his home town Takum, on November 27 after a service of songs at his residence in Jalingo on November 26.
The statement said the funeral service and final internment would be held on November 28 in Takum.
Mr. Tsokwa died on Monday after a brief illness at the Federal Medical Centre, Jalingo.
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