- President Buhari has sympathised with Ayo Fayose over the death of his elder sister
- The president prayed for God to comfort the Fayose family over the loss
- Buhari described the death of Moji Ladeji as untimely
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President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a condolence message to the former governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose over the death of his elder sister, Moji Ladeji.
The Nigerian president in the message issued via Facebook through Femi Adesina, his media aide prayed for God to comfort Fayose over his loss.
Buhari also extended his condolences to family members and friends of the deceased for her untimely demise.
He urged loved ones of the late Moji Ladeji to take heart since death is the ultimate end of all mortals.
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The president asked God to make the soul of the departed one rest in peace.
Meanwhile, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has sent a condolence message to Fayose over the demise of his sister.
Legit.ng recalls that Fayose had said in a tweet on Monday, September 21, that he lost his immediate elder sister after a brief illness.
The former governor said he and other members of the family were pained by Ladeji's departure, saying they were consoled by the exemplary life the deceased lived.
In another report, the crisis in the southwest chapter of the PDP has taken another dimension as Fayose warned the Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde against tampering with the leadership structure in Ekiti State.
According to Sahara Reporters, Fayose said he was ready to fight anyone who wants to take over the structure of the party in the state from him.
The former governor was reported to have made the statement on Wednesday, September 9, when he led national delegates of the PDP including the chairmen of the party in Osun, Ekiti, Lagos States to Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.
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