Toba Adedeji, Osogbo
The Osun State authorities on Saturday introduced the demise of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola’s deputy Chief of Employees, Jare Adebisi.
The Governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr Ismail Omipidan confirmed it in a press release that he died final night time after a quick sickness noting that his demise has nothing to do with the COVID-19 pandemic.
He mentioned Adebisi served as deputy Chief of Employees on Common Administration till his demise.
Omipidan mentioned, Governor Oyetola, who has since personally condoled with the household, described the late Adebisi’s demise as a private loss to him and the federal government he heads.
He described the deceased as a reliable aide who carried out any task given to him with dispatch and with little or no supervision.
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Oyetola saluted the late Adebisi’s forthrightness, a deep sense of patriotism, loyalty and dedication to his authorities and the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC.
The Governor mentioned: “I acquired with nice shock the passing of my Deputy Chief of Employees accountable for Common Administration, Jare Adebisi.
“His demise isn’t solely a loss to me personally and the individuals of Ilobu alone, but additionally to the State at giant.
“However as Muslims, we must always take it in good religion and provides gratitude to Allah that the late administrator ran a superb race whereas he was alive.”
Oyetola whereas condoling the household of the late Adebisi, additional mentioned “My deep condolences go to your complete household, the APC, the political class, the federal government in addition to your complete State. He will likely be sorely missed. I pray Allah to grant him aljanat firadaus and all of us the braveness and fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss”.
The late Adebisi, who had served each as Assistant Chief of Employees and Particular Adviser within the Governor’s Workplace, within the earlier administration, holds an LL.M diploma and he was pursuing his doctorate programme in Legislation earlier than his demise.