Former OGBC boss, an outstanding professional ― Ogun gov
Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has described the late General Manager of Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation (OGBC), Mr. Oludiji Akinhanmi, as a dedicated and well-respected member of the government, who served the state conscientiously and proved himself as an outstanding professional in his calling.
The governor, who spoke through his deputy, Mrs. Noimot Salako-Oyedele, during the burial service for the deceased, at the African Church, Rock of Ages, Owudotun Parish, said, it was always sad to lose a loved one at his prime, especially, when he had so much ahead of him.
While extending his condolences to the widow and family members of the deceased, Governor Abiodun pledged government’s support for them and that God grant them the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
Reading a tribute in honour of the former OGBC boss, the deputy governor, said, “death is nothing at all. Everything remains exactly as it was. It does not count. Life means all that it ever meant.”
Earlier, in his sermon, the Diocesan Bishop of the Church, Most Reverend Solomon Ojumu, said the deceased was an icon, not only in the state but in Nigeria at large, noting that he lived a fulfilled life in the service of God and humanity.
While commending the state government on its agenda to build the future of the state together, Reverend Ojumu urged Governor Abiodun not to relent on his efforts at taking the state to greater heights.