Adebutu mourns Buruji Kashamu

Hon (Dr) Oladipupo Adebutu has mourned the demise of the former Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria who represented Ogun East Senatorial district between 2015 and 2019, Prince Buruji Kashamu.

According to a release signed by Afolabi Orekoya, Media Director, Ladi Adebutu Development Organisation, Adebutu described the death of the Senator as sad and an irreparable loss for his entire family.

The departure of Kashamu, according to Adebutu, would be felt most in the annals of controversial business and political circles throughout the nation.

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He urged his family, friends and associates to accept the will of God, noting that only God Almighty is invincible.

Adebutu prayed to God to forgive us all our sins and grant Buruji Kashamu Aljanat Fidaous.

Adebutu also noted that he is also recuperating from complications from COVID-19 hence is most sympathetic for the unfortunate end of a compatriot.

May God grant his dependants the fortitude to bear the loss.

 

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