By Fortune Abang
Asaolu said: “As a former Lord Grand Admiral and titular leader of the Royal Navy, he will be forever remembered for his historic legacy.
“I particularly admired him for his many engagements in various philanthropic activities, as well as for the service he rendered, when he was president of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), from 1981 to 1996.
“In addition, its international awards program which had enabled more than six million young adults to engage in community service and leadership development.
“The world in general will miss its release. It is indeed a great loss for the world.
“I sincerely express my sympathy and join the rest of the world in mourning him.”
The late Duke of Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99, was the longest-serving husband in British history.
He was only two or three months away from his 100th birthday in June.
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