The Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi has commiserated with the household of the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo, over the loss of life of the primary daughter of the late sage, Reverend (Mrs) Omotola Oyediran.
The late Rev’d Oyediran, 79, was till her loss of life the Chairman of the African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN), Plc; Publishers of the Tribune Newspapers.
Governor Fayemi in a press release by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Yinka Oyebode, described Rev’d Oyediran’s loss of life as an enormous loss not solely to the Awolowo and Oyediran households however to the whole progressives household. “It’s a private loss to me specifically”, he added.
The late Oyediran, in keeping with the Governor was an embodiment of affection, integrity, braveness compassion and piety; virtues that outlined her inter-personal relationships in her lifetime
“Mrs Oyediran radiated love, heat and was a mom determine not solely to members of the Awolowo dynasty however everybody that got here her approach.
“She was a loving mom and dutiful spouse of our revered Prof A.B. Oyediran, former Vice-Chancellor of the College of Ibadan. She was a virtuous lady and a distinguished chief whose life was an inspiration to many.
“My Condolences additionally to the administration and workers of the Tribune Newspapers for this lack of their indefatigable Chairman, whose administration abilities had helped to reposition the newspapers.
“On behalf of myself, my spouse and the nice individuals of Ekiti State, I commiserate with the Awolowo and Oyediran households, the federal government and good individuals of Ogun State on the passing of Mrs Oyediran, certainly one of their illustrious daughters.
“Her loss of life was an enormous loss, little doubt, however we’re consoled by the actual fact she lived an impactful life and left behind a legacy of honour. Our prayer is that God grants her everlasting relaxation and grant the youngsters and the whole household the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.”, Dr Fayemi mentioned.