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Oyetola, Akande, Falae, Omisore, others bid Late Sen. Akinfenwa farewell.


 The remains of  Late Chief Senator Mojisoluwa Akinfenwa, the National Leader and Chairman Board of Trustees of The Defunt Alliance for Democracy were on Saturday committed into mother Earth in his hometown  Erin-Ijesa in Oriade Local Government area of Osun State.

His body was lowered to the ground immediately after a funeral service held at Christ Anglican Church, Erin-Ijesha which was presided over by the Lord Bishop of Ilesa Diocese of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), the Rt. Reverend Olubayo Sowale.

Among those who present at the funeral service to bid Late Chief Senator Mojisoluwa Akinfenwa farewell was the Governor State of Osun Mr Gboyega Oyetola who was represented by his Deputy Mr Benedict Alabi.

Others include the former Interim National Chairman of the APC and former Governor of the State, Chief Adebisi Akande, the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation and one time Presidential Candidate of the Alliance for Democracy Chief Olu Falae as well as the Former Deputy Governor of the State Chief Iyiola Omisore.

In his tributes to the deceased during the funeral service Governor Adegboyega Oyetola who spoke through his Deputy commended the deceased for living a life of great service to God and humanity.

Governor Oyetola Implored the people to be more committed to the service of God and humanity noting that our journey in this world is temporary as everyone will give account of his life on the judgement day.

He therefore enjoined the people to be faithful to God and embrace the virtue of goodness.

While saluting the courage and commitment of Late Chief Akinfenwa, Mr Oyetola said the contributions of the deceased towards the development of the society from politics to the service of God and to humanity in general is worthy of emulation.

" We must know that our little contribution to humanity counts, that is why I want to call on us all to emulate Papa's life

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