Ekiti APC chieftain Ajibulu mourns party chairman, Omotoso

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State and former senatorial aspirant, Chief Segun Ajibulu, has expressed sadness over the sudden death of the chairman of the party in the state, Barrister Paul Omotoso.

The APC chieftain who extolled the leadership qualities of the late chairman, said the party in the state was peaceful under him.

Ajibulu, in his condolence message on Friday, described the deceased as a loyal and committed leader who believed in the ideals of democracy and good governance.

According to Ajibulu, he and the late Omotoso exchanged correspondences few days before his demise on how to move the party forward in Ekiti.

“I received the news of the death of our party Chairman, Barrister Paul Omotoso, with rude shock. Two days before his death, I sent a message to him, and he acknowledged it. He (Omotoso) told me that we shall discuss more on the matter as soon as I return to Nigeria. It is therefore painful that we couldn’t meet again.

“Late Omotoso was such a gentle and resourceful party leader who believed in the true ideals of People’s participation in politics and governance. Our party enjoyed relative peace under his leadership, and he would be greatly missed by all.

“I want to use this medium to convey my heartfelt condolences to Governor Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji, the people of Ekiti and the esteemed members of the APC. I pray God almighty grant his immediate family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

“May the gentle soul of late Omotoso rest in peace,” Ajibulu said.



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