Death, they say is inevitable. The only debt everyone owe is the debt of death, though it is painful when it happens to our loved ones but we should remember that God knows about it and its for a purpose.
These were the words of the First Lady of Ogun state, Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun when she led a delegation of SOSGFA on a condolence visit to the family of late Mrs. Kemi Abiodun, wife of Engr. Olayiwola Abiodun, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth and Sports at their residence in Adigbe.
Mrs. Bamidele Abiodun described late Mrs. Kemi Abiodun as a dedicated member of Spouses of Ogun State Functionaries Association, SOSGFA , who contributed her own quota to the success of the association as one of them before her demise.
She urged the family, friends and the RCCG family to take heart and believe that God knew why He allowed the occurrence, wishing them the grace to bear the irreparable loss.
Responding on behalf of the family, Mr.Adedeji Abiodun, elder brother to the husband of the deceased, appreciated the love shown by the First Lady and her team, wishing the association and the state at large, more successes in governance.
Similarly, the widow of late Mr. Tunji Kanimodo, who was until his death, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Urban and Regional Planning, Mrs. Azeezat Kanimodo received the First Lady’s entourage on a condolence visit to her.
Mrs. Abiodun encouraged the widow and the children to have faith in God and believe that God would strengthen and help them, through the journey of life.
The deceased son, master Ridwan Kanimodo, appreciated the delegation on behalf of the family.