17.7 C
New York
November 26, 2020
Pa Ayo Fasanmi
Editor's Picks News

Pa Ayo Fasanmi’s incorruptible lifestyle worthy of emulation – Chief Segun Oni

Former Governor of Ekiti, Chief Segun Oni has commiserated with the family of late Pa Ayo Fasanmi, describing him as “a foremost nationalist who lived an incorruptible lifestyle worthy of emulation.”

Condolence messages have continued to pour in for the renown Yoruba leader who died on July 29, 2020.

Pa Ayo Fasanmi

The statement read: “A luminous epoch in socio-political crusading has come to a dignifying end with the passing of elder statesman, Senator Ayo Fasanmi.

“But we take solace in the comforting truth that our highly revered father played his enviable part in the socio-cultural and political development of Yourba land before his transition to eternal rest in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

“Senator Ayo Fasanmi was a lawmaker par excellence who served our country meritoriously; a foremost nationalist who lived an incorruptible lifestyle worthy of emulation; a courageous leader whose role was invaluable to the NADECO struggle; and a political activist who was one of the last set of survivors of the first order in the post-independence era.

“My family and I offer our deepest condolences to the immediate family of Pa Fasanmi, even though his passing was a glorious exit that must be celebrated by all and sundry.

“I take consolation in a life well-lived, and in also knowing that in his departure, we can all aspire to live by his ideals of selfless service, patriotism, and celebrate the end of a very eventful, dedicated, illustrious and industrious life,” the statement added.

Related posts

The Failing Judicial System (1)

Editor

Adeboye calls for overhaul of Nigeria’s security infrastructure

Editor

DISCLAIMER: Onyejeocha, Ekwunife, NASS dissociate from “fictitious” online award poll

Editor

Electoral Reform: A new order is non-negotiable – Edo Speaker

Editor

CSOs ADVOCATE ONE-DAY GENERAL ELECTIONS, AS OMO-AGEGE, AMINA ZAKARI RECOMMIT TO ELECTORAL REFORMS

Editor

#SayNoToSocialMediaBill: CSOs Press Statement before Senate Public Hearing

Editor

Leave a Comment