By Afiz Mosope
Members of the lagos state independent National Electoral Commission (LASIEC) has condoled with the wife and children of one of her members Mr Lateef Raji who died on Monday 14th August 2017 after a brief illness.
In a condolence visit to the deceased residence in magodo area of lagos state on friday led by LASIEC state chairman Hon. Justice Ayotunde Phillips accompanied by five other commissioners extends their heartfelt condolence with the wife, children, family, associates and friends of the decease describing him as a charitable and benevolent man who would be greatly missed.
“I commiserate with the wife, children and family of our brother and friend Lateef Raji who live an exemplary life during his life time. An hand working, brilliant, resourceful gentle man who dedicate his life to serving humanity.
“His wealth of experience would be greatly missed at LASIEC; Only God could fill the vacuum he left behind, but thank God for a life well spent. I pray God grant the families the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.” Mrs Ayotunde said
She extends her deepest sympathy, praying to God to forgive his shortcomings and make paradise his final abode.