Akeredolu, Boroffice, Alasoadura mourn with Aregbesola over mother’s death

Ondo State governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredou and the two federal lawmakers from the state, Senators Ajayi Boroffice and Tayo Alasoadura on Wednesday condoled with the Osun State governor,Rauf Aregbesola over the passage of his mother, Alhaja Saratu Aregbesola.

Akeredolu asked Aregbesola to take solace in the fact that his mother lived a fulfilled life.

The governor described the deceased as a virtuous, hardworking and devout Muslim who strove very hard to train her children.

According to him, the deceased dedicated her life to the training of her children and service of humanity.

Akeredolu urged the Muslims community in Osun State to continue to uphold the good name and legacy the deceased left behind.

He said the good and fulfilled life lived by the late Alhaja Saratu Aregbesola will continue to be remembered by all and sundry in her Ilesa hometown and beyond.

Also, two Ondo state lawmakers at the Upper Chamber,Senators Ajayi Boroffice and Tayo Alasoadura commisserated with Aregbesola on the demise of his mother.

Boroffice who is representing Ondo North Districpt described the deceased as a woman of good and endearing virtues,who nourished her son, governor Aregbesola with core values of Omoluabi.

He prayed to God to grant the deceased an eternal rest and console the family she left behind.

Alasoadura from Ondo Central District urged Aregbesola to take solace in the fact that his mother lived a satisfied life devoted to the service of Allah and humanity.

According to him, the deceased will be remembered as a dependable community leader with large heart and passion for generosity.

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