Hon. Clement Akanni Olohunwa paid a condolent visit to the family, the Asaoni in Council and the entire people of Ora Igbomina, over the death of their monarch, Oba Tinuoye Joshua Atolagbe, The Late Asaoni Of Ora Igbomina Kingdom.

Hon. Clement Akanni Olohunwa paid a condolent visit to the family, the Asaoni in Council and the entire people of Ora Igbomina, over the death of their monarch, Oba Tinuoye Joshua Atolagbe, The Late Asaoni Of Ora Igbomina Kingdom.

24th December, 2023 – Ora Igbomina, Ifedayo Local Government.

The federal lawmaker, representing Boluwadu/Ila/Ifedayo, yesterday was encouraged by the honourable resenting Ila state constituency, Hon Dhikrullah Akinloye Bajepade, his counterpart from Ifedayo state constituency Hon Abolarin Kasope, no fewer than six caretaker chairmen, each from the six Local Governments that made up of the federal constituency, tens of party leaders and aids as well as a significant number of supporters to pay a condolent visit to the people of Ora Igbomina, over the demise of their king.

Olohunwa in his condolent message described the paramount ruler as a chair mentor who has inspired many in the discharge of his traditional duties.

“They say there is nothing so royal as kindness, and nothing so royal as truth, these are few out of the other good qualities of the late Asaoni of Ora Igbomina. Baba was known to be very supportive of the development of this community and the entire federal constituency at large.

“His love for his people knew no bounds, he held this kingdom dear to his heart, displayed obvious care for all of his subjects and he took action to make their lives easier. Indeed, we have lost a humane traditional ruler.

“I take solace in the belief that death can never take a good man away from the hearts of the people he inspired, the legacy remains and continues throughout generations.

“On behalf of the entire PDP in this federal constituency, I wish to convey to the family of our beloved eminent traditional ruler, most especially his wife who has been a pillar of support to him before and during his reign, I also wish to sympathize with the people of Ora Igbomina Kingdom for this great loss. May Almighty God forgive his shortcomings and take adequate care of all he left behind,”

In his closing remarks, he reassured the immediate family, the palace as well as the entire people of Ora Igbomina that the departure of the traditional ruler would not in any way affect the promise he had already made to the people of the town during the election and assured them of a significant role when the final rite would be done. He bid Baba a fair wind as he sails through the unknown waters.

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