- Mudashiru Obasa, the speaker of the Lagos state house of assembly, has mourned the death of the former speaker of the house, Abayomi Kinyomi
- The death of Kinyomi, who served as speaker of the Lagos state house between January 1992 to November 1993, was described as a great loss by Obasa
- Obasa then sent his condolence to the family, friends and associates of the deceased, revealing how he lived and served humanity in his lifetime
The speaker of the Lagos state house of assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, has described the demise of the former speaker in the state, Abayomi Kinyomi, as a great loss.
Obasa, representing Agege constituency 1 in the state, mourned the late Kinyomi in a statement signed by his Chief press secretary, Eromosele Ebhomele, on Wednesday, July 13 and sent to legit.ng.
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Kinyomi was the state house of assembly speaker between January 1992 and November 1993. The former lawmaker reported he died on Tuesday, July 12, after a brief illness.
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Obasa sends condolence to Kinyomi's family, friends
Obasa sent his condolence message to the deceased family, friends and associates, noting that he lived and served humanity, which is the core value of existence.
The Agege-born politician maintained that Kinyomi served Lagos passionately and diligently, stating that his love for Lagos would never be forgotten.
"We will sorely miss him, his wisdom and contributions to the growth and development of our dear state."
The speaker sent his condolence on behalf of other legislature members and prayed for peace for the deceased in his journey to the afterlife.
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Legit.ng reported that Muslims in Lagos state had been urged to keep peaceful co-existence with other religious beliefs as they have done in the past.
The speaker of the Lagos state house of assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, said this on Friday, July 8, after praying the Eid-el-Adhan prayer.
Obasa said Lagos remains the safest state in the country, and the state government will do everything possible to maintain the status quo.