Ondo State governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, commiserates with the family of the Chairman of the state Muslim Pilgrimage Welfare Board, Alhaji Khaleel Fawehinmi, over the death of his wife, Alhaja Abimbola Fawehinmi.
Similarly, Governor Akeredolu sends his condolences to the Adako family of Iyere Owo over the death of their father, Chief Koya Adako..
Akeredolu prays that God will grant the two families the fortitude to bear the loss of their loved ones.
Late Alhaja Fawehinmi was a commissioner for women affairs and later commissioner for education in Ondo State between 1997 and 1999. She was generally known as a good organiser and leader of women groups.
Chief Koya Adako, a retired customs officer, was a member of the Governing Council of the Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, and chairman of Owo Totality Group. He was a prominent son of Iyere town.
While describing death as a necessary end, Arakunrin Akeredolu says the two prominent Ondo State indigenes lose their lives when their families, communities and the state need their services most.
He asks their family members to emulate the good work and legacies the two deceased left behind.
Arakunrin Akeredolu believes that the good work left behind by the late Alhaja Fawehimin and the late Adako and their contributions to the development of humanity will remain evergreen in the consciousness of their loved ones and the people of the state in general.