Top government officials pay a visit to the family of the late Ekiti APC chairman, Oyebanji

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On Wednesday, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji, the governor of Ekiti State, along by other high-ranking government officials, paid a condolence visit to the family of Barrister Paul Omotosho, the late chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Ekiti state chapter, at his house in Imesi, Ekiti nation.

At about 3 o’clock in the afternoon, Governor Oyebanji and a number of other officials, including the Deputy Governor, Chief (Mrs) Monisade Afuye, the Speaker of the State Assembly, Rt Hon Adeoye Aribasoye, the Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr. Oyebanji Filani, the Commissioner for Information, Chief Taiwo Olatunbosun, and Chief Jide Awe, Special Adviser on Political and Inter Party Matters, Chief Taiwo Olatunbosun, Chief Taiwo Olatunbosun, Chief Fide Awe, Chief Jide Awe, and several others arrived at the family residence.

The late politician’s relatives, friends, and children were among those who got them.

The late party chairman was a paragon of loyalty, according to Governor Oyebanji, who lamented the loss of a key asset for the APC.

He went on to say that the late Chairman’s legacy would serve as a template for the country’s political ideology to be redefined for all time.

According to the governor, the late Omotosho was an honest and forthright politician who never hid the truth from anyone.

He spoke highly of the deceased’s contributions to the state’s administration and said that the APC in the state and the country was greatly diminished by his passing.

In a statement to the family, Governor Oyebanji assured them that the state government will help pay respects to the departed and that in honor of his life’s work, the deceased will be immortalized.

Our party, the state administration, and the citizens of Ekiti State have suffered a tremendous loss. The late chairmen was a walking glossary of devotion. In state history, he was the first chairman to oversee two consecutive transition programs.

A trustworthy brother, confidant, and honest man—that was him. The governor declared, “We will sit down and take a position as a party and what we are going to do,” adding that the government would also memorialize him.

In the meantime, the governor had already paid a visit to the palace of Oba Olatunji Olatunde, the Onimesi of Imesi Ekiti, to express his condolences to the monarch, his chiefs, and the town’s residents following the death of Omotosho, a prominent figure in the town’s leadership.

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