Ogun Assembly Losts another Ex-Member

The Ogun State house of Assembly will be wearing yet another black attire over the shocking death of another former legislator who served in between 1979-1983, Alh Hon Ayinde Musafau Sulaiman.

Hon Sulaiman who served during the UPN era was said to have suffered a slight dislocation while trying to exercise his arms at his residence at Ijebu Igbo about 4days ago. He was according to our impeccable sources said to have been immediately transfered to OOUTH on the order of the Hon Commissioner for Health for immediate treatment.

Pa Sulaiman later confirmed dead this afternoon after series of medical check up. His body was laid to rest at his residence at Oke Agbo Ijebu Igbo.

Before his death, Alh Hon Sulaiman was the Vice Chairman of APC Ijebu North Local Government, he was also a former supervisor at the council.

At the burial were Dr Ipaye Babatunde (Commissioner for Health, Ogun), Hon Adekanmbi Adegoke (Chairman, Ijebu Igbo West) Hon Bayo Adekoya (Chairman Ijebu North LG), Hon Bush Ademonsu FCA (Chairman, Ago iwoye LCDA), Hon Sola Adefisan (Chairman, Ijebu North Central LCDA),  Senator Olabiyi Durojaiye (Chairman, NCC), Senator Adegbenga Kaka, Hon Bayo Adesegun (Chairman, Ogun State House of Assembly Service Commission), Chief Odunuga (BeHappy), Alhj Adetola Kadiri, Hon Sola Odusina, Alh BanjoBanjo, Hon Sansa (member of the 5th assembly) and a host of other dignitaries.
At the praying ground the Preacher Alh Alliu charged all present to ensure their quota is felt in Ijebu Igbo’s development. He appreciated the Commissioner present as well as Sen Durojaiye for their immense contributions.

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