Bayo Lawal, Ifedapo PDP Fed. Constituency commiserate with Ogunmola’s family
The Deputy Governor of Oyo state and Peoples Democratic Party in Ifedapo Federal Constituency, have expressed their condolences to the family of Mr. Jacob Ogunmola, the Accord Party’s candidate for the House of Representatives in the 2023 general elections, who passed away yesterday just a few hours after attending a function in Saki.
Prior to the PDP’s stakeholder consultation and town hall meeting, Lawal, who is now in Saki, observed a one-minute silence with notable stakeholders of the Ifedapo Federal constituency.
They described the sudden death of Hon. Ogunmola as a rude shock considering the fact that he had always been hale and active and showed no symptoms of illness.
According to them, the demise of the seasoned politician will create a big vacuum not only within his party but also in the entire Oke-ogun area of Oyo state.
While praying God to grant Hon. Ogundola eternal rest, they also prayed for the immediate family, political family and the entire state the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.
Recall that MOUTHPIECE NGR had earlier reported that the politician breathed his last when he was being moved from Saki, his base to Lagos.
It was gathered that he had just finished a programme in Saki when he complained he was not well, which prompted his move to Lagos.
Notable stakeholders flanked by the deputy governor today in Saki include former deputy governor of the state, Alhaji Hamid Gbadamosi, Oyo North PDP senatorial chairman Hon. Yusuf Yunusa Adekunle and Former Commissioner for works, ALhaji Raheem Muslim and Kunle Koleoso.
Others were PDP House of Reps candidate for Saki West, Saki East and Atisbo Local Government, Hon. Luqman Adamawa, Saki West Local Government Chairman, Engineer Omirinde Sarafadeen, PDP Chairman in Saki West Local Government, Alhaji Wasiu Ayesoro, Chairman Saki East Local Government, Hon. Mrs Adeniran Rahmat Mosumoade, Atisbo local government chairman, Hon. Fasasi Adeagbo and Alhaji Dauda Alaraje as well as Barrister Sarafadeen Onijo and others.