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‘Shonekan’s Loss of life Is A Mountainous Loss To Nigeria’ – Abiodun, Bello Mourn

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Photo aggregate of Governors Dapo Abiodun (L), Yahaya Bello (R) and Ernest Shonekan.Ogun Pronounce Governor, Dapo Abiodun and his Kogi Pronounce counterpart, Yahaya Bello gain mourned outdated Nigerian chief, Ernest Shonekan, describing his death as an overwhelming loss to the nation.

Shonekan, the head of the Meantime Nationwide Government between August 26, 1993, and November 17, 1993, died on Tuesday at a sanatorium in Lagos.

Abiodun, in an announcement by his Chief Press Secretary, Kunle Somorin, acknowledged the Egba born British-knowledgeable lawyer, industrialist and aged chief, handed on at a duration Nigeria wanted his experience most as a technocrat.

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“Chief Shonekan modified into a significant-class administrator, boardroom guru and astute chief whose trace within the industry and political firmaments can now no longer be erased. His dedication to a delicate resolution and patriotic fervour will live after him,” the governor modified into quoted as announcing.

“Chief Shonekan, an Egba aged chief (Babasale of Egbaland), modified into a factual Nigerian who spent most of his life for the betterment of the nation.”

The governor prayed for the repose of the deceased’s soul and that God will comfort his prompt family and the Egba Frail Council.

Within the same diagram, Governor Bello acknowledged the late Nigerian chief can be sorely be uncared for by everyone, including the Kogi Pronounce Government.

In a condolence message by his Chief Press Secretary, Onogwu Muhammed, the Kogi Governor expressed shock over the death of Shonekan.

Shonekan, he mentioned, contributed immensely to the solidarity, growth and political developments of the nation, including that his free up of political prisoners detained by the military authorities within three months in office united the nation extra alongside ethnic and political lines.

Bello described Shonekan as a staunch chief who had consistently spoken truth to vitality and modified into passionate about national interest.

He sympathised with the family and family of the late Meantime Head of Pronounce, the of us of Egbaland and the Government and of us of Ogun Pronounce over the passage and prayed for God to grant his soul eternal relaxation.


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