Yinka Mafe: Ogun has lost a useful youth ― Amosun’s ex-aide

Former Special Assistant on Students matters to the former Governor Ibikunle Amosun, Com Olusegun Clement, has expressed pains over the exit of the former majority leader of the Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon Yinka Mafe.

Clement, who described Mafe’s death as an irreparable loss to the youth constituency in the state, added that Ogun State has lost a useful youth.

According to him, Mafe has lived well and has gone to rest but will forever remain in people’s hearts.

Clement, however, prayed God grants Mafe’s wife and children the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.

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He said: “We would miss Hon. Yinka Mafe so much, indeed we have lost a useful youth unto whom many look up to for diverse assistance.

“For all of us in Senator Ibikunle Amosun’s fold, we are taking this in good fate but not until we have ascertained the cause of his death.

“We would greatly miss him and I, on behalf of the entire youths in the SIA movement, we pray that God grant his family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.”

While speaking on plans to immortalise Mafe, Clement added that the plans will soon be set on motion and at the point of making it public, good publicity will be done to communicate the modus operandi.

“We would immortalise him in due time, very soon the SIA youth family will sit and chart the way forward in doing that and it will be widely publicised to our large and diverse group members across the 20 local government and 37 local government development areas of the state.”

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