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Akeredolu’s death, monumental loss– Akogun Adeleye

By Tola Gbadamosi

Special Adviser to the Ondo State Governor on Security Matters, Akogun Adetunji Adeleye, has mourned the passing of the Late Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, who is the former governor of Ondo state describing his death as a rude shock and monumental.

Akogun Adeleye who is also the State Commander of the Amotekun Corps, stated this in his condolence message which was contained in a statement he signed and made available to the public.

“Of a truth, the demise of the former Governor was a great loss to Ondo State, the Southwest region and Nigeria at large”, he added.

Adeleye described late Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu as a man of unequal integrity, a dogged fighter for justice and beacon of courage who fought hard to ensure that people of the State and the entire South West are secured through the formation of Amotekun Corps.

“The late Akeredolu proved to be a special being who has written his name in God as a man who rallied round his people in the face of adversity. A fearless and courageous fighter. A God-fearing Statesman and an advocate for democratic principles who left when he was needed most.

“His unmeasurable passion for the safety of the people of the Sunshine State and Southwest is unparalleled. He came saw and conquered at the right time he was needed by the Grace of God yielded fruitful results in his legacy.

“In this moment of grief, my family and I commiserate with the Akeredolu’s family, people and Government of Ondo State as well as the entire Owo kingdom over the demise of our illustrious son,
a fantastic role model.

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“I pray that God rest his soul in peace”, he said.”

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