Sunday 2 June 2024

Osun APC Mourns Oyebode's Death, Describes Him As Embodiment Of Humility

The Osun State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has described the demise of Elder Samson Oyewole Oyebode,  former Chairman of Boripe Local Government Council Area of the state as one death, too many.

The state chairman of the party, Sooko Tajudeen Lawal, in a statement issued by the party's Director of Media and Information, Chief Kola Olabisi, today, stated that the death of Elder Oyebode who was also a former state  executive officer of the Osun State APC, was tragic and sudden.

Lawal wondered how Oyebode who was full of life when he saw him last few days ago before his death could have hurriedly gone to the great beyond at the prime of his age.

Information has it that Oyebode died in an accident which occured along Ikirun-Osogbo road on Friday evening.

The state APC chairman disclosed that the deceased was a politician with candour and a team player whose loyalty has been contributing to the fortune of the party not only in Boripe Local Government Council Area but across the nooks and crannies of the state.

He hinted that it would be pretty difficult to fill the vacuum left behind by the deceased in the leading opposition party in the state.

Lawal stated that the deceased was gentle, easy-going and genuinely had the love and interest of the APC at heart which was exemplified in his actions and inactions.

In the words of the state APC chairman: "It is sad and tragic to have lost an important chieftain of our party in a motor accident along Ikirun-Osogbo road on Friday.

"Though death is a necessary end of all mortals, I would have wished that the news of the death of Apostle Oyebode is not true.

"I have solace in the fact that it is the same God who giveth that also taketh at the appointed time only known to Him.

"On behalf of my family, the state executive officers of our party and all the members of our party in the state, I am commiserating with the widow, children, relations, political family members left behind by the deceased in Iragbiji and beyond.

"May God grant the dependants of the deceased the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss", Lawal prayed.


Sooko TAJUDEEN LAWAL,         Chairman,  Osun State                                                        

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