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Condolence - June 13, 2020

Prince Jimi Odimayo paid late Omojuwa's family condolence visit

Despite the rude shock of death news of Late Chief Adewale Omojuwa that greeted the leading APC governorship aspirant in Ondo state, Prince Jimi Odimayo, he and his entourages paid a condolence visit to the family of the deceased at his residence in Okitipupa Local Government Ondo State.

Prince Jimi Odimayo who arrived the residence at 3.15pm yesterday with his entourages to commiserate with the family of the deceased.

Prince Jimi Odimayo mourned over the death of Late Chief Adewale Omojuwa. He described the late as a father and a mentor who had helped him a lot in his political life.

He saluted the late political gladiator for his doggedness as the Director General of his campaign team till death took him away. He never forget to counts on his meritorious services which yielded more political value to his camp till date.

After a minute silence was observed for repose of the soul of the deceased, the signed note to the decease by the leading APC Governorship aspirant, Omooba Jimi Odimayo read thus; ” As a Christian you were a soldier, an ambassador for Christ. You have fought a good fight of faith.

“As an astute politician, you had your works on the political landscape of Ondo state. Also as a country leader, you have your name written in gold and you can never been forgotten. Goodnight.”

The sons and daughters of the late were all happy to received the governor in making as the wife of the decease pleaded to every members of the team to keep doing the job her husband left behind.

Prince Jimi Odimayo assured the family to bring back the hope and freedom the late agitated for.

He also promised to be part of the family as time goes on.

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