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SA Students, Others Pay Condolence Visit To Late Commissioner’s Family

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Scores of Student Leaders across the higher institutions in the state accompanied the Special Assistant to Oyo State Governor on Students Matters, Mr Olojede Victor on a condolence visit to the family of the Late Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Honourable Kehinde Ayoola.

Mr. Victor alongside his colleagues, Special Assistant to the Governor on Youths and Sports, Mr. Bolarinwa Kazeem and Special Assistants Sports Development, Mr. Tobi Oyewumi visited the family of the former Speaker of the Oyo State House of Assembly who died in the early hours of Thursday, 14th May 2020 after a brief illness.

Mr. Victor while commiserating with the family of the deceased at his Ibadan resident described Late Ayoola as a great man who would give his all to support students’ cause.

“I have come with other student leaders to commiserate with the entire family of our Late father and brother who left this sinful world without notice.

“It indeed saddened our heart that he left during the period when our dear state is in need of his wealth of experience and loyalty.

“During his days, he was a great man who loved youths and students and he would always do everything within his capacity to support students’ cause.

“We pray that God almighty gives the entire family the fortitude to bear the loss and we pray He never leaves this household.”

Others who accompanied the SA Students are Student Union President, University of Ibadan, Mr. Akeju Olusegun, Olalere Benedict( National President, National Association of Polytechnic students, NAPS) the Assistant General secretary, NANS National; Comrade Lanre, the SUG President Moor plantations;Com Fakorede Olawale A. (Proftee), the SUG President Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo; Sallahudeen Sofiyullahi Adeola, SUG President federal school of statistics comrade Samson Set, and other students leaders across the state.

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