Ose Traditional Rulers Pay Gov Aiyedayiwa Condolence Visit

By Precious Oluwole

Traditional rulers in Ose Local Government Area of Ondo State on Thursday, paid a condolence visit to the Governor of Ondo State, Hon. Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa in his office, over the death of Late Governor Akeredolu.

According to them, the visit was not only to commiserate with Gov. Aiyedatiwa but also to congratulate him on his assumption of office as the Governor of Ondo State.

While describing Late Governor Akeredolu as an humble and respectful man, they described his death as painful and a great loss to the State. “We are all humans, God’s sixth day creation, we can’t escape death”.

The Monarchs congratulated Governor Aiyedatiwa on his assumption of office as the Governor of Ondo, wishing a successful administration, describing his assumption as a next next level.

They, however, declared their support for him, stressing that the people of Ose Local Government are solidly behind him.

They also pleaded for more adequate security in Ose Local Government, adding that the roles of Traditional rulers cannot be overemphasized, hence, the need for them to be involved in security matters.

In his response, Governor Aiyedatiwa commended the Traditional rulers for their visit, noting that Ondo State has never experienced the death of an incumbent Governor.

“We can’t question God for calling him home, God has been helping us since we lost him. We will continue from where he stopped, we will do everything that will bring relief to the people of the State”.

Governor Aiyedatiwa assured the traditional rulers that they will not be neglected as they are closer to the people.

The Traditional Rulers include : Oba Olufemi Olutoye, Alani of Idoani, Oba Oluwole Akinrogbe, Olute of Ute, Babatunde Agabdero, Onimeri of Imeri, Oba Rotimi Obamuwagun, Olumoru of Imoru, Oba Stephen Egunjobi, Alafo of Afo, Oba Moses Bakare, Onidogun of Idogun, Oba Joshua Asunbo, Olukaro of Ikaro

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