Wole Oke mourns demise of Osun Deputy Chief of Staff, Adejare

•Consoles Oyetola, says 'It's shocking'

The Member representing Obokun/Oriade Federal Constituency of Osun State, Rep. Busayo Wole Oke, has condoled the Osun State Governor Gboyega Oyetola over the sudden demise of his Deputy Chief of Staff(Administration), Barrister Adebisi Adejare, describing it as shocking

In a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja on Sunday, the lawmaker said that the demise of the deputy chief of staff was shocking and initially difficult to believe that the deceased had gone.

He lamented that he was in a state of total disbelief when he learnt about the death of the Oyetola’s deputy chief of staff(Administration), adding that nevertheless, he found solace in the fact that God is the ultimate determinant of the number of the days of all human beings on earth.

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) lawmaker counselled Governor Oyetola to take the news of one of his trusted aides philosophically as no human being has power over death whenever it strikes.

While admitting that it could be devastating and worrisome to lose such a dependable member of his cabinet Oke charged the Governor to take heart and ruminate on how to lessen the economic vacuum left behind for members of the immediate family of the departed.

Oke stated further that it was unfortunate that the deceased had to join the great majority when his contributions were mostly needed for the development of the state.

He described human beings as mere sojourners on earth who are called to the eternal abode by the Almighty God after they might have successfully finished their race in the world.

Oke stated that though the death of Adejare was indeed very painful,  the governor, his dependants, relations and wellwishers should take solace in the fact that the deceased successfully ran his own race in life based on the good attributes he exhibited when he was alive.

He enjoined Governor Oyetola and members of his cabinet to take the loss of one them philosophically, believing in the scriptural understanding that “it’s God who giveth that also taketh.”

He prayed the Allah to grant the departed soul Aljanat Fridaous, and protect all the people he left behind.

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