Ex-Deputy Gov. Badru, Sen. Bajomo Prince Tejuoso commiserate with Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka over mum's death. - SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE MAGAZINE


Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Ex-Deputy Gov. Badru, Sen. Bajomo Prince Tejuoso commiserate with Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka over mum's death.

Ex-Deputy Gov. Badru, Sen. Bajomo  Prince Tejuoso commiserate with Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka over mum's death.

By Charles Segun Adegbite

Former deputy governor of Ogun State, Alhaja Salmot Makanjuola Badru and former Nigeria Senator who represented Ogun West Senatorial district, Chief Kola Bajomo have commiserated with Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka whose mother, Alhaja  Adijat Kuburat Agbeke Isiaka, died on Monday.

Just as the former Commissioner for Community Development and Cooperative in Ogun State, Prince Lekan Tejuoso mourned the death, while speaking with Successful People Magazine on the demise of the octogenarian mother.

Prince Isiaka, fondly called GNI, who lost his 80years old  mother after a brief illness, is a chieftain of All Progressives Congress, APC, and a governorship candidate in the last three elections in Ogun State, before joining the APC.

While condoling with Isiaka through a telephone interview with Successful People Magazine, Alhaja Badru described the deceased as a religious mother who made sure that her children had good education and trained them in the way of Almighty Allah.

She expressed shock over the death and prayed that Allah gives the late mother eternal peace.

The former deputy governor who supported GNI's governorship aspirations while the latter was contesting in 2011, also prayed that Allah will give the bereaved family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

Senator Bajomo said he had spoken with GNI on phone to express his condolence.

"When you have a mother who loved her children, no matter how long she lives you won't want her to die. Especially when she has trained her children very well.

"But death in itself is only a transition. And your loved ones never die in your heart. The only thing you missed is their physical presence.

"If you have strong relationship with them, the memory will always be there in your heart." Senator Bajomo said.

He explained that there was no man or woman who would not pay the price of death.

"But our consolation is that before she passed on to glory, she lived a good life.

"I can only ask my brother, GNI, to take heart. And I pray that God will give him the fortitude to bear irreparable loss. And may the almighty God gives the departed soul eternal rest." The former senator added.

Prince Tejuoso on the other hand said, " I met Mama during the campaign tour of GNI when we went to Imeko

And the impression I got about when I met with her was that of a true mother who loved all her children very well.

"She was very interested in the progress of her children. She was a very sweet mummy. I'm sure she would be missed." He added.

According to Prince Tejuoso, the late mother did all she could in her life time, to train her children and see them rising to great positions.

The former Commissioner then commiserated with GNI and prayed that God will let the soul of the deceased rest in peace and grant the bereaved family the courage to bear the loss.

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