Senior Pakistani journalist Rahimullah Yusufzai handed away on Thursday in Peshawar after extended sickness, Geo Information reported. He was 67.
Informing in regards to the journalist’s demise, his son Arshad Yusufzai, in a tweet, stated his father breathed his final after preventing a protracted battle in opposition to most cancers.
My father Rahimullah Yusufzai has breathed his final after preventing a protracted battle in opposition to most cancers. His funeral will likely be held at our native village Inzargai, close to Babuzai Interchange, Swat Expressway, Katlang Tehsil in Mardan District on Friday 10 Sep at 11AM https://t.co/3EAvfeiCOA
— Arshad Yusufzai (@YusufzaiArshad) September 9, 2021
Yusufzai’s funeral will likely be held at his native village Inzargai on Friday.
Yusufzai was the resident editor of The Information Worldwide on the Peshawar Bureau and likewise a correspondent of BBC’s Pashto and Urdu providers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. He’s well-known for having interviewed Osama bin Laden, and Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar.