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Gov Ganduje reacts to death of Kontagora, ex-military administrator

Bola Tinubu, Nationwide Chief of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has commiserated with the Chairman of Premier Lotto, Chief Kessington Adebutu, over the dying of one in all his wives, Mrs. Rosemary Adebutu.

Mrs. Adebutu died on Saturday, January 9 in Lagos State.

Reacting, Tinubu expressed unhappiness over the dying of Mrs Adebutu.

In a letter to the billionaire lotto magnate and issued by his Media Aide, Tunde Rahman, Tinubu mentioned: “I’m deeply saddened by the information of the passing of your loved one spouse, Mrs. Rosemary Adebutu. By means of this letter, please settle for my heartfelt condolences.

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“The passing of our family members is all the time painful and tough to reside with. We should, nevertheless, take such developments as the desire of God and settle for it in good religion.

“Please take solace within the reminiscences of the time you spent collectively along with your spouse and the truth that she lived a great life dedicated to the service of God and humanity.

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“Our ideas are with you at this second. We are going to all the time bear in mind you in our prayers.

“I pray that God Almighty imbue you with that unsurpassable power to reside by this tough second.

“Whereas praying that God grant the deceased everlasting relaxation, we additionally beseech Him to additionally give all people who Mrs. Adebutu left behind the fortitude to bear this sudden loss.”

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