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Condolence - June 4, 2020

Mimiko condoles with Olumilua’s family

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The immediate past governor of Ondo State, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko, has condoled with the wives and children of former Governor of old Ondo State, Evangelist Bamidele Olumilua, on the death of Evangelist Bamidele Olumilua.

Mimiko in a statement on Thursday shared on his Facebook handle, Olusegun Mimiko, also commiserated with the family and friends of the late Olumilua and the Ondo State governor on the incident.

Mimiko said, “I have just made calls to the immediate family members of my leader, consummate politician, humanist, man of faith, and a lover of the masses, Evangelist Bamidele Isola Olumilua, who passed away in the early hours of today.

“My words to them were words of consolation, of encouragement and of solidarity. Though of age, the death of a dear one must be deeply sorrowful, when the departed is as wonderful, humane, astute and profound in thoughts and wisdom, the pain becomes much more riveting. His wives and children who lived and shared most moments of his earthly sojourn therefore deserve our words of consolation as the facts of his departure and the weight of the demise sink in.”

He encourage the children and wives to take stock and prepare to carry on with confidence and on the deeply remarkable legacies of their patriarch.

Mimiko revealed that Evangelist Olumilua was a true leader to him.

“Ours was a relationship that was never broken by partisanship, time and or location. He remained true to his leadership roles to me till the end and I valued him like a true political beneficiary.”

“While time is not yet ripe to write of his indelible contribution to my political history, my family and I wish to extend our condolences to his immediate and extended family members, political and religious associates, the people and government of Ekiti State and all lovers of social democratic governance, a cause to which the late Olumilua devoted most part of his adult life.”

“I solidarise with them as men and women of faith, that the loss was a gain to heaven, to God. Because as the saying goes, those whom God loves, he calls to himself,” he pointed.

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