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Akeredolu’s Mother Lived a Fulfilled Life Says Ologun

By Dupson Collins, 18 September, 2022

A serving Commissioner in Ondo State, Otunba Dele Ologun while commiserating with the Governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN over the demise of his mother, said the Late Evangelist Lived a Fulfilled Life.

Lady Evangelist Grace Akeredolu died peacefully in her sleep in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital at the age of 90 years.

Speaking with the PATH at the Ondo State Personality Awards organized by the Hero Magazine at the Dome Event and Cultural Centre Akure, the Commissioner for Sports and Youth Development praised the late nonenagarian for her restless efforts put into the life of her children.

The Commissioner said, Mama Akeredolu inculcated what he described as Godly virtues of prayer, devotion and hardwork in her children which marked them out in all spheres of human endeavours.

“Mama was a committed Christian who used the better part of her life to serve God and humanity.”

He noted that the exemplary life of Mama is the reflection of God’s favour in the life of her children, which Governor Akeredolu among his siblings are enjoying today.

” What more did Mama wanted that God has not done for her; in her life time, her children are doing well and making her proud as a mother, even one of them is a governor. Clocking 90 was God’s Grace; we are not mourning nor bereaved in Ondo State but celebrating a fulfilled icon who is resting at the right hand of God”, he stated.

He stated that, the huge investment on the education of her children will remain one enduring legacy of late Lady Evangelist Grace Akeredolu.

” Mama was a God fearing woman who had dedicated her life to serving God and working hard towards ensuring that her children make great impact in life”.

He enjoined mothers to emulate the late matriarch of the Akeredolu dynasty by paying attention to the upbringing of their children and wards.

I can only pray that God give our governor and his siblings the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss of Akeredolu’s matriarch”.

Meanwhile, Ologun commended Hero Magazine for recognizing hardwork and service to humanity, charging the youth to brace up, saying to be successful in life require determination and hardwork.

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