Omojuwa’s Death: Gbajabiamila’s aide, Akeem Jimoh condoles with Ondo APC

A Senior legislative aide to the speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, Hon. Akeem Jimoh has sent his condolence to the Ondo state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) over the death of one of it’s leaders, Hon. Adewale Omojuwa.

Akeem Jimoh, popularly known as Humility, in a statement sent to Nigerian cable news online on Sunday described the Omojuwa as one of the pillars of the Party state chapter.

Below is the statement Unedited:

Hon. Akeem Jimoh Humility SLA TO RT Hon speaker Condoles with Family, associates and the entire APC family in ondo state

The news of the death of Chief Adewale Omojuwa is sad and destabilising. He was arguably one of the key pillars of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State.

He was deeply pained by the untimely passage of the political strategist, and shrewd administrator.

As Chairman of the Ondo State Oil Producing Area Development Commission (OSOPADEC), Pastor, as he was fondly called, worked assiduously for the transformation of the Niger Delta part of the state. It was during his tenure that several projects were initiated, and completed, in both the federal constituency and neighbouring local governments.

Chief Omojuwa’s vigorous campaign as the then ACN candidate for Ilaje/Ese federal constituency helped, in no small measure, to popularise the party in the once stronghold of the PDP.

His demise is therefore a huge loss to the entire political gladiators in Ondo State particularly and Nigeria generally. The party will definitely miss his contributions during the next governorship election.

Chief Omojuwa was a committed party man; a grassroots politician, a great mobiliser. A vacuum has been created that would be difficult to fill.

I condole with his immediate family, the people of Ugbo Kingdom, and his political associates across the zone. May God grant them all the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. I also pray that God have mercy on the soul of the departed.

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