- Alhaji Makanjuola also commiserates with former Lagos Commissioner
The Aare Musulumi of Yoruba Land, Edo and Delta States, Alh. Dawud Makanjuola Akinola(De-Damak) has condoled with Governor Seyi Makinde, the Alaafin of Oyo, the Government of Oyo State and the citizens, over the death of the Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Rt. Kehinde Ayoola
In a letter addressed to the Executive Governor Seyi Makinde, the Aare Musulumi described the late Ayoola as a dependable aide and a quintessential gentleman whose exemplary characters and loyalty remain indelible and will no doubt, create a big vacuum in the present administration in Oyo State.
Part of letter reads:
“The news of his death was indeed a rude shock and saddening to me and I know will also be to the people of Oyo State, Oyo town as well as Ikú Bàbá Yèyé the Alaafin of Oyo, whom I also use this medium to commiserate with”
“I thank the Almighty Allah for his fruitful life, a brilliant example for upcoming youths aspiring to become exemplary leaders.I pray Allah to repose his soul in eternal bliss and grant his family comfort and fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. (Aameen).”
In another separate letter, the Aare Musulumi also commiserated with former Lagos State Commissioner of Home Affairs, Alh (Dr.) AbdulLateef AbdulHakeem, who lost his mother Alhaja Risikat Balogun, on Thursday, 14th May, 2020 after a protracted illness.
Makanjuola described Alhaja Risikat Balogun as a pious Muslim and a wonderful mother with wholesome dedication to the course of Islam and service to Allah. He prayed that Allah Grants the deceased the best place in Aljannah Firdaus.