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Former Lagos Speaker Dies at 82, Obasa, Lawmakers Mourn – Legit.ng

  • Mudashiru Obasa, the Speaker of the Lagos House of State, has mourned the death of the former Speaker of the House, Abayomi Kinyomi
  • The death of Kinyomi , who was Speaker of the Lagos State House from January 1992 to November 1993, was described by Obasa as a great loss
  • Obasa then offered his condolences to the family, friends and associates of the deceased, revealing how he lived and served humanity during his lifetime

Lagos State House Speaker Mudashiru Obasa announced the death of the former State Spokesman Abayomi Kinyomi called it a great loss.

Obasa, who represents Agege Constituency 1 in the state, mourned the death of Kinyomi in a statement released Wednesday , July 13th, was signed by his chief press secretary Eromosele Ebhomele and sent to legit .ng.

Short note on Kinyomi, the former Speaker of Lagos who died at the age of 82

Kinyomi was the Speaker of the State House of Assembly between January 1992 and November 1993. The former lawmaker reported he died on Tuesday, July 12 after a short illness.

Obasa offers his condolences to Kinyomi’s family and friends

Obasa sent his condolences to the family, friends and associates of the deceased, noting that he lived and served humanity, that is the core value of existence.

The one in Agege Born politician claimed that Kinyomi served Lagos passionately and diligently and stated that his love for Lagos would never be forgotten.

“We honor him, his wisdom and his contribution to the sorely miss the growth and development of our dear state.”

The speaker expressed his condolences on behalf of other MPs and prayed for peace for the deceased on his journey to the afterlife.

Eid-El Kabir: Obasa says Lagos is the safest state in Nigeria

Legos Parliament Speaker Mudashiru Obasa said this on Friday, July 8, after the Eid-el-Adhan prayer.

Obasa said Lagos remains the safest state in the country and the state government will do whatever it takes to maintain the status quo.

Source: Legit. ng