Ayoola: Oyo has lost a great asset ― Speaker
Speaker, Oyo State House of Assembly, Honourable Adebo Ogundoyin has expressed grief over the death of the state Commissioner of Environment and Natural Resources, Mr Kehinde Ayoola.
Ogundoyin, in a statement, expressed shock at Ayoola’s demise, adding that the state had lost a great asset.
Furthermore, he described the late Ayoola as a hardworking man with selfless personality, who always offered his time, expertise and resources when needed by anyone around him.
Ogundoyin lamented that Ayoola will be greatly missed as a committed and strategic member of the Governor Seyi Makinde’s Oyo developmental team.
“My brother Barrister Ayoola was a great asset to us being a former lawmaker and speaker at the Oyo State House of Assembly and also as a serving member of Governor Makinde’s cabinet.
“He served the state well and loved the people with all he had when alive. It is sad that death has taken him away when the state needed him most.
“May you rest in peace and God grant your family, political associates, and the entire state fortitude to bear this loss,” Ogundoyin said.
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