Late Kwara PDP Spokesman, Ashaolu Laid to Rest in Odo-Owa

Amidst tears and wailing, the remains of late spokesman of the Kwara state chapter of Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) Late Babatunde Dare Ashaolu was laid to rest on Friday at his home town, Odo-Owa in Oke-Ero local government council area of the state.

He was laid to rest at  Chief S. J. Ashaolu Compound along Erinmope road, Odo-Owa. 

Late Ashaolu died two weeks ago 24 hours after celebrating his 47th birthday  in Abuja.

Prior to the laid to rest of the deceased,  a candle light and special service was organised for him in Ilorin by members of the family  and PDP in the state.

In his sermon, the Arch Deacon, Odo-Owa Archdeaconry, Rev. Mathew Adeoti  admonished about the certainty of death, urging. the people to serve God more, live for others and do good to humanity. 

He advised the government at all levels to be conscious that there is suffering and hunger in land

He called on them to do everything possible to fulfill their campaign promises as the people are hungry and education is only seems to be available for the rich and well-to-do. 

Rev. Adeoti however prayed to God to give the deceased eternal rest.

He however lauded  the family,  the PDP family, under the leadership of Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki, his friends home and in the diaspora, and everyone who contributed towards giving him a befitting burial rite a success

However, some members of the PDP and well wishers that attended the burial of the deceased described him as a piet and humble person.

An associate of the deceased, Mr. Abdulganiyu Abdulqadir said that, ” Late Ashaoul was a good man that always want good to others”.

He said that, he has remained a great leader that the members of the PDP will ever be missed.

Abdulqadir therefore prayed to God to give the deceased the eternal rest.
Among dignitaries that graced the burial event include the deceased aging father, Chief S.J. Ashaolu, the deceased wife, Mrs. Olabisi Ashaolu, the deceased elder sister, Mrs. Omotayo Ashaolu and other siblings.

Others include, Senator Rafiu Ibrahim, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, Prof Mohammed Gana Yisa, Hon. Gbenga Makanjuola, PDP youths and women leaders and well wishers.

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