1 Dr. Jimoh Ibrahim, APC candidate for Ondo South Senatorial District in the forthcoming 2023 general elections, has condoled with Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State, on the death of his mother.
3 This is contained in Ibrahim’s condolence message on Friday in Okitipupa to Akeredolu and Prince Charles of Wales (the king apparent of England) over the passage of their mothers.
5 Ibrahim, a business mogul who recently bagged a Doctor of Business Administration degree from Judges Business School, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, said there were great similarities in the death of the nonagenarians.
6 “The Queen came to the throne in 1952 and witnessed enormous social change.
7 Likewise, our mother, Mrs Akeredolu died peacefully in her sleep early on Thursday morning at the age of 90 years.
8 “Both of them lived an enviable life and were known as true apostles of Christ Jesus, propagating the gospel.
9 “Mama Akeredolu lived a godly life.
10 She was a leading example to up and coming mothers and a unique disciplinarian during her hay days.
11 “She was a caring-mother which actually radiated till date in the lives of her children.
12 “We are happy that Mama Akeredolu lived till a ripe age due to the grace she received from God Almighty but in spite of this, we will still miss her.
13 ” May the souls of the Queen and Matriarch of the Akeredolu dynasty rest in peace.
14 “I enjoin the king apparent of England and the grand-children and great grand-children of the Queen to take solace in the good life she lived.
15 “I also condole with our governor and his siblings as well as the grand-children and great grand-children to rejoice in the Lord because Mama lived to witness them rise to the peak of their individual careers,” Ibrahim said.