- Former governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose has lost his elder sister, Moji Ladeji
- Ladeji died on Monday, September 21, after a brief illness
- In its reaction, the PDP commiserated with Fayose and urged him to take solace in God over the death of his sister
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Following the demise of Moji Ladeji, an elder sister to the former governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has sent a condolence message to the deceased's family.
Legit.ng reports that Fayose had said in a tweet on Monday, September 21, that he lost his immediate elder sister after a brief illness.
He said he and other members of the family were pained by Ladeji's departure, saying that they were consoled by the exemplary life the deceased lived.
In a condolence statement issued by the PDP national publicity secretary to commiserate with Fayose and the Ladeji family, the party said:
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to them at this moment of grief. Madam Ladeji was an exceptionally good-hearted personality who stood beside his brother, the former governor of Ekiti, with wise counsel and prayers, which immensely contributed to his success as governor.
“In our grief, we are however consoled that Madam Ladeji lived as a devout Christian and we believe that she has found rest in the bosom of the Saviour. Our party commiserates with the Fayose and Ladeji families and pray God to grant them the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.’’
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Fayose congratulated Godwin Obaseki following his re-election as the governor of Edo state.
It was reported that Fayose in a thread of tweets via his official Twitter handle urged Obaseki to see his victory as a challenge by the people of Edo state to do more for them.
The former governor also told the Edo state governor to remember that the PDP came to his rescue in his hour of political need.
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